Scott Garrett (R-NJ) along with the rest of New Jersey’s congressional delegation is set to vote today on a bill that would outlaw abortion after 20 weeks. The bill H.R. 1797, co-sponsored by Garrett and titled The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
would amend the federal criminal code to prohibit any person from performing or attempting to perform an abortion if the probable post-fertilization age of the unborn child is 20 weeks or greater.
7-11 Store Owners and Operators Used Identities Stolen from U.S. Citizens, Including the Deceased and Children, to Conceal Their Scheme, and Harbored Illegal Immigrant Workers at Houses Owned by the Defendants
On Friday, June 14, the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office joined with 25 local and county law enforcement agencies to participate in the third annual Bergen County Chief for a Day celebration. The program provides children with chronic health conditions the opportunity to receive a behind-the-scenes look at law enforcement.
Legislation would add disorderly person’s offenses to the list of criminal conduct that, upon conviction, requires biological sampling for the DNA database. The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today approved the legislation.
After a sample is taken, the Division of State Police identifies, analyzes, and stores it in a state databank. The division also forwards the DNA information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for inclusion in the federal Combined DNA Index System
The Monmouth University Poll released Thursday showed Booker would get three-fifth of the votes in a Democratic primary. No others would get more than 1 in 10.
Chris Christie leads challenger Barbara Buono by 30 points
– “If I were a member of the U.S. Senate, I would vote no.”
On Lonegan's campaign website you can "Follow Steve On Twitter", "Like Steve On Facebook" and of course “Donate to Steve” but what the website does not have is a section called "Issues".
Popular Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (D-38), Paramus, a three-term Democrat from Bergen County, will not seek reelection, she said Tuesday.
Wagner notified Democratic Party leadership this evening that she will not run again for reasons related to her family, sources said.
It's official: Cory Booker announces candidacy for US Senate.
On Saturday Newark's Mayor Cory Booker announced he will be running for the US Senate seat left vacant by the death of Frank Lautenberg.
Top secret court order requiring Verizon to hand over all call data shows scale of domestic surveillance under Obama administration, Britain's Guardian newspaper said Wednesday
The township council voiced concern regarding a recent altercation that took place outside The Office on Bloomfield Avenue.
Despite the apparent lack of movement, an effort to revamp the programs through which New Jersey gives developers and other businesses millions of dollars in tax breaks each year is on track, and should be completed by the time the legislature breaks in eight days, two key lawmakers said Tuesday.
Little Ferry residents are organizing to protest a plan to raze 5.38 wooded acres to make way for 16 single-family homes, fearing it would increase runoff and cause more flooding on their properties. .
US builders stepped up home construction in May and applied for permits to build single-family homes at the fastest pace in five years. The gains show housing remains a key source of growth for the economy.
Joseph Albano, a lawyer with a Passaic firm, texted his boss that he could not report to work on March 28, and has been missing ever since.
The Green Knights' senior bested an impressive field of nominees.
The head of the Clifton High School parent-teacher-student organization is calling on people to protest the dismissal of Michael McGinley, the principal, at Wednesday's school board meeting.
Stocks rose for a second day, pushing the Standard
The Dream Act, and other complications
At a recent Parsippany-Troy Hills Board of Education meeting, Director of Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Nancy Gigante offered insights into the state issued School Performance Reports.
According to the list posted on the Morris County Clerk Office’s website after the filing deadline at 4 p.m. on June 4, 11 candidates are running for the Parsippany Board of Education, a nine-member body that controls an annual school budget of more than $130 million.
June 4 was the deadline to file a Board of Education candidacy petition for the November election.
Join them for a Fourth of July celebration on Thursday, July 4, and Saturday, July 6, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Two of the three Montville Township Board of Education members whose terms expire in 2013 are seeking re-election, according to a candidates’ list posted by the Morris County Clerk’s Office.
A compilation of student achievements.
A residue discovered on a |ceiling-mounted light fixture in one Brooklawn Middle School classroom at the close of the day on Friday, June 7, has led Parsippany-Troy Hills school|officials to close off the room for the duration of the school year.
A compilation of police activity from May 28 to June 6.
A compilation of police activity.