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.
Driverless Car Bill Cruises Through NJ Senate PanelThe Senate Transportation Committee unanimously approved legislation Monday that would allow self-driving cars to be tested and licensed for general use.
New Jersey Pol Floats Idea Of Allowing Booze On Atlantic City Beaches, BoardwalkTom Kean Jr., New Jersey's Senate Republican leader, says Atlantic City should loosen up about letting people carry open containers of alcohol.
Kean Working To Ensure 'Upskirt' Photos Are Illegal In New JerseyState Sen. Tom Kean, Jr. (R-Westfield) is taking a second look at New Jersey's privacy laws to see if a legal loophole like the one uncovered in Massachusetts exists in the Garden State.
Friends, Colleagues React To Passing Of Sen. Frank LautenbergMany remembered the nation's oldest senator and last World War II veteran in the Senate as a dedicated public servant who fought for the people of New Jersey.
Gloves Come Off Between Kean And Sweeney In N.J. State SenateThe two most powerful men in the New Jersey Senate are locking horns.
New Jersey Senate Fails To Undo Governor Christie's Budget CutsDemocrats needed three Republicans to join with all 24 of their members to overrule Christie's vetoes of funding for financially strapped communities, college tuition assistance and more than a dozen other programs.
NJ Senate GOP Considers Next Moves On EducationNJ Senate Republicans have been asked to consider taking a unified position on public education that includes removing the Supreme Court from school funding decisions.
New Jersey Republicans Call For Tax Cuts, Spending ReductionsOn this Tax Day, the debate over taxes is not taking a break. It's at full force in New Jersey.
New Jersey Cable Deregulation Bill On HoldTelephone and cable companies support the measure, which was fast-tracked through the Assembly and was on its way to the governor's desk before hitting a roadblock.