Martin’s Place provides treatment, transitional housing and job training for recently released inmates.
The struggle for gay rights and acceptance has moved leaps and bounds since that speech, but McGreevey said he doesn’t see himself as a trailblazer.
Christie Calls War On Drugs Ineffective, Announces Program To Send Some Offenders To Rehab, Not Jail
Christie said the state is phasing in a program to send non-violent drug-addicted first-time offenders to rehab instead of jail. He discussed efforts at a conference organized by former Gov. Jim McGreevey.
New Jersey Senator Dick Codey will go down in history books this week as the state’s longest serving legislator in Trenton.
Mayor Steve Fulop announced Friday that McGreevey will run a city commission dedicated to job creation and training. He will also develop prisoner re-integration programs.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former governor Jim McGreevey shared a microphone at a gathering Wednesday with female inmates at the Hudson County Jail.
Former New Jersey Gov. James McGreevey said this weekend that his work counseling prisoners has brought him to “a more Godly place.”
New Jersey’s former governor has left the limelight of politics far behind since resigning from office in November 2004 after announcing “I am a gay American” and admitting to having an extramarital affair with a man.
He said he’ll support the Democratic nominee, whoever it is, and that he’ll seek re-election to the state Senate.
New Jersey St. Sen. Dick Codey has filled in as governor on multiple occasions, and is apparently now considering a run for the job.
The former governor said a feud over judicial nominees is demeaning to the office of the governor and needs to stop.
New Jersey Democrats ceded little if any ground to Republicans in the legislative elections, despite the popularity of Gov. Chris Christie and the millions of dollars he raised for the state GOP.
Codey, never shy to speak his mind, didn’t disappoint when he stopped by WCBS Newsradio 880’s studios and spoke at length with afternoon drive anchor Wayne Cabot.
Private investigators and attorneys say the use of technology in cheating spouse cases is becoming more common.
The longtime New Jersey lawmaker who spent over a year in the state’s executive office after Gov. Jim McGreevey resigned amid a sex scandal is blasting some political bosses in a forthcoming book.