Chris Christie backers formed a political action committee as part of constructing a possible 2016 bid for the White House. The PAC called ‘Leadership Matters For America’ launched their new website at LeadershipMattersForAmerica.Org and are already a sensation on social media.
A man is in a medically-induced coma at Bergen Regional Medical Center after an attempted suicide while in custody at the Police Department in Hackensack, New Jersey.
A native of Romania who was arrested in Sweden and extradited to the United States admitted today to directing a large-scale scheme that stole bank account information through a process commonly referred to as “ATM skimming,” in which conspirators secretly installed card-reading devices on ATMs throughout New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Florida, and elsewhere.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since we hosted Super Bowl XLVIII here in New Jersey. This year’s game will be played in Arizona, but here in New Jersey the State Police will have increased patrols statewide to tackle a major threat to roadway safety: Driving While Intoxicated.
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Nancy Pinkin, Wayne DeAngelo and Timothy Eustace to prohibit unsolicited telemarketing sales calls to commercial mobile service devices was signed into law on Thursday.
Tuesday’s alleged snowstorm led to the courts being closed and to a postponement of a pre-trial hearing for former Bergen County Democratic Chairman Joseph A. Ferriero. Ferriero faces charges on of kickback, bribery and racketeering charges.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Craig Coughlin, Tim Eustace, Gordon Johnson and Carmelo G. Garcia that would bring motor vehicle insurance requirements in line with 21st century technology was unanimously approved by the full Assembly on Thursday.
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Carmelo G. Garcia, Raj Mukherji, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Charles Mainor, Tim Eustace and Gabriela Mosquera to help empower minors to seek treatment for mental illness and emotional disorders was approved, 67-3-1, by the full Assembly on Thursday.
Two bills sponsored by Senator Nia H. Gill and Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg that would increase transparency and oversight of the federal Department of Defense 1033 program in New Jersey received final approval today by the Assembly, sending them to the governor’s desk. The federal program provides for the transfer of surplus military equipment from the federal government to local law enforcement agencies.
This afternoon the Assembly failed to override a gubernatorial veto of a crucial piece of legislation that would’ve allowed tens of thousands of struggling New Jerseyans to retain important nutritional benefits at little to no cost to the state. Despite having initially passed the bill with 60 votes, just 43 members voted in favor today, falling short of an override.
A man is in a medically-induced coma at Bergen Regional Medical Center after an attempted suicide while in custody at the Hackensack Police Department.
New Jersey State Assemblyman Gordon Johnson (D-Teaneck) visited a CVS/pharmacy Project Health event in Hackensack on Saturday, January 24, 2015. The event provided an array of free comprehensive health risk screenings, including blood pressure, Body Mass Index (BMI), glucose and total cholesterol screenings, as well as smoking cessation counseling to Hackensack area residents.
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