The U.S. Senate on Monday passed a bill that could end tax-free shopping on the Internet for many shoppers.
A bill that would add additional teeth to the ban on human trafficking has been approved by the New Jersey State Senate.
A group of women elected officials on Monday called for immediate action on the New York City bill that would require sick days for all those employed in New York City.
A New York City Councilman said he expects the Council to override Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s veto of a bill that would have prevented employers from shunning out-of-work job-seekers.
A new New York state proposal would require criminal background checks to keep sex offenders from acquiring jobs at senior care facilities.
The debate over federal aid for Superstorm Sandy has infuriated many elected officials, but it is more than a war of words for those still struggling in the aftermath of the devastating storm.
The New Jersey Legislature on Monday sent a bill to the desk of Gov. Chris Christie that would raise the state’s minimum wage by $1.25, to $8.50 per hour.
Donald Seeley wanted to become one of Fios Video’s 4.4-million customers. But when he tried to sign up nothing was done, no service, no installation, not a single screw or nail.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced the deal Friday along with political officials and union and business representatives.
New Jersey recognizes civil unions, but marriage equality advocates argue that they don’t offer the legal protections of marriage as intended.
Christie plans to take the Democratic-controlled Legislature to task during a keynote address in Atlantic City for not reconsidering two bills he conditionally vetoed.
The democrat says the $1.7 billion bill would also preserve more than 16,000 more jobs in New York.
Sen. Charles Schumer said if airlines don’t start reimbursing their rising fees when passengers’ bags are lost, he’ll introduce a bill to force the issue.
The Certificate of Still Birth Bill was first introduced in New York in 2003, but failed to pass because opponents feared it would impinge on abortion rights. The language of the bill has since been rewritten to address those concerns.
Assemblyman David Weprin said he wants to reduce children’s exposure to secondhand smoke. The bill would apply even when the windows are rolled down.
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