Jepson said families and children affected “deserve a thoughtful and deliberate examination” of the tragedy and appropriate public policy responses. But he said the Claims Commissioner’s office isn’t the appropriate venue.
New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa has filed a lawsuit against the organizer of a planned post-Superstorm Sandy “reconstruction summit.”
Two New York State lawmakers on Sunday calling for more protection for consumers against price gouging at the gas pump.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says the counterfeit prescriptions were filled in 20 counties throughout the state.
State records show that troopers earned $25.5 million in overtime last year and $15.7 million as of September this year.
The city of fewer than 80,000 has had 16 murders since Oct. 1, prompting one city council member to call for the National Guard to be sent in to help.
“I’ve been hearing rumors and everyone else for the last six months that she would like to go and become a judge,” said State Senator and former Governor Richard Codey.
Schneiderman says the bill would force states like New York with tougher handgun restrictions to allow visitors to carry their weapons obtained in other states with weaker laws.
It’s a cancer charity charade that’s outraged a community. A New Jersey couple is accused of running a phony group that claimed to help children battling cancer, but instead, investigators say they helped themselves.
Using the Japan nuclear crisis as a worst case scenario, the Westchester Board of Legislators was set to meet to explore the disaster preparedness plan at the Indian Point Nuclear power plant.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has begun investigating two state-funded educational groups and their ties to a legislator.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has released some tips for New Yorkers planning to donate to Japan earthquake and tsunami relief efforts.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman marked National Consumer Protection Week by releasing New York’s top 10 frauds of 2010 on Sunday.
New York’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, said the decision violates requirements for a review of health, safety and environmental hazards.
The official said that by policing the billions of dollars spent annually with contractors, Schneiderman hopes to recover millions of dollars from those that are unscrupulous.