Gov Chris Christie
Gov. Chris Christie’s shouting match with a man who interrupted one of his press events Wednesday is now the talk of New Jersey.
A nurse who was confined against her will at a New Jersey hospital after treating Ebola patients in West Africa said Wednesday that she’s prepared to go to court if the state of Maine tries to quarantine her.
A man began heckling Christie about the pace of storm recovery and interrupted the governor’s speech Wednesday in Belmar on several occasions.
Nurse Kaci Hickox traveled in a private vehicle to Maine after being released from University Hospital in Newark on Monday.
The governor said health care workers and civilians who have had exposure to Ebola patients in West Africa will now be asked to stay in their homes for a 21-day quarantine.
On Saturday, the New Jersey Department of Health said the woman remains under observation and in isolation at University Hospital in Newark.
A health care worker who was quarantined at Newark Liberty International Airport after returning from treating Ebola patients in West Africa developed a fever and was being evaluated Friday night.
In the wake of the first confirmed Ebola virus case in New York City, the states of New York and New Jersey have set up a new screening system that goes above and beyond the guidelines already set up by federal officials.
Christie went on to accuse Democrats and President Barack Obama of focusing on the issue because the country’s economy hasn’t been growing fast enough.
In a court filing late Wednesday, the state reiterated its contention that the language in a federal appeals court ruling last year opened the door for New Jersey to roll back its prohibitions on sports gambling.
New Jersey families are fighting to keep their disabled relatives safe, and they say Gov. Chris Christiie is the man that holds the key to making it happen.
New Jersey Transit is considering whether to continue to legal battle with a mobster’s family over a land deal.
Hundreds of parents are taking on Gov. Chris Christie in a fight over their special needs children.
Nearly 4,000 marriage licenses have been issued to same-sex couples in New Jersey since the state Supreme Court cleared the way for gay marriages one year ago.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took a break from the road on Monday morning to lend a hand to another Republican from his state, who is fighting an uphill battle for a U.S. Senate seat.