New Jersey Lawmakers Demand Solution To Long Lines At The DMVThe parking lot at the Rahway motor vehicle agency filled up quickly Wednesday, with many people back after being turned away Tuesday night.
New Jersey Senate President: Union Tried To Extort Lawmakers A top legislative leader in New Jersey is battling with one of the state's most powerful unions regarding claims of bribery.
AAA Survey Says New Jersey Drivers' Commutes Got WorseA new AAA survey shows New Jersey drivers have a worsening view of the state's road and bridge conditions, and Democratic legislative leaders say the report highlights the need to shore up a key transportation fund.
NJ Senate Hearing To Focus On Possibility Of Legalizing MarijuanaLawmakers are closely studying Colorado, Oregon and Washington, where pot use has been legalized.
NJ Senate President Wants To See Hudson Tunnel Project Get Moving QuicklyNew York and New Jersey might have to come up with $10 billion and could seek federal low-interest loans.
With Christie On The Campaign Trail, Democrats Pickup Three Seats In New JerseyIt remained to be seen how the election results would impact issues like funding road projects and pension reform.
Weeklong Protest In NJ Aims To Shine Light On Still-Struggling Sandy VictimsThey're hoping to convince lawmakers to act so that just about everyone is back home by Sandy's fourth anniversary.
NJ Lawmakers To Take Another Shot At Passing Gun Safety BillA renewed effort is underway by New Jersey State Senate President Steve Sweeney and other officials to enact another gun safety bill.
NJ Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Raise Taxes On MillionairesSenate President Steve Sweeney has introduced a bill raising taxes on residents earning more than a $1 million.
Role Of Government Powers At Issue In NJ Pension CaseNew Jersey's top court weighed the budget repercussions of ruling on a pension dispute between Gov. Chris Christie and public workers' unions on Wednesday.
NJ Republicans Blast Sweeney's Plan To Tax MillionairesState Senate President Steve Sweeney plans to introduce a tax on millionaires in order to help the state make a nearly $3 billion public pension payment.
Garden State Farmers Looking to Boost Interest In Local Farms, NurseriesNow that it's time to spruce up the flower beds, Garden State farmers are looking for business.

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