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A northern New Jersey woman has admitted to mailing a threatening letter to the Town of Secaucus.
On the steps of the steps of the Statehouse in Trenton, Garden State Equality’s Troy Stevenson said Thursday that the time is now for gay marriage in New Jersey.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday that he would veto a same-sex marriage bill again.
Changes in New York election law will no longer have to be pre-cleared by the Department of Justice. That’s the effect of the high court’s ruling that struck down a part of the Voting Rights Act that since 1965 has protected minority voters.
The demonstration comes as the U.S. Supreme Court will rule on two cases this week.
Catholic bishops are making their annual lobbying visit to Albany as Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Senate Republicans are starting to clash over the governor’s abortion law proposal.
Christie said Thursday after visiting a group home for people with disabilities that he’ll take the fight to the Supreme Court if he has to.
It was 40 years ago today that the United States Supreme Court ruled in the case of Roe v. Wade, which made abortion legal in America.
Gay rights activists in New Jersey hope the U.S. Supreme Court will establish a constitutional right to gay marriage and end a prohibition in that state.
Both Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan made statements about President Barack Obama. But how much truth was in them?
The Boy Scouts of America has reaffirmed its ban on homosexuals following a two-year confidential review and the decision hit home in New Jersey, WCBS 880′s Monica Miller reported.
One of the portions of the Affordable Care Act, upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday, calls for states to set up health insurance exchanges so people can buy plans.
The ruling means different things for different people: some may be paying more, some may be paying less and depending on your individual situation, that determines how this will affect you.
If you were a victim of Bernard Madoff’s massive Ponzi scheme, there is some you might want to hear.
Dozens stood in Hempstead on Tuesday holding signs that said “Immigrants Welcome Here” as they discussed the high court’s decision.