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Kean Jr., R-Union, are typical of why little gets done in politics today. But thankfully, our state is still light years ahead of the do-nothing Washington politics, led by the Republican-controlled House. What really got my attention were the
Gov. Kim Guadagno will be addressing the New Jersey League of Municipalities at a luncheon reception in Atlantic City on Thursday. The annual three-day conference draws hundreds of municipal, county and state leaders. The theme this year is "
State Senate President Stephen Sweeney is meeting with Atlantic City's new mayor. Sweeney and Mayor-elect Don Guardian are set to have lunch Wednesday at the White House, a famed city sub shop, where they will discuss the struggling casino town's
The Record Senate President Stephen Sweeney called his party's legislative victories a tidal wave, and he was quick to take shots at the Senate's Republican leader in a press conference this morning...Sen. Tom Kean, Jr., the minority leader,
Supporters of a bill that would allow students who are in the country illegally to pay in-state tuition rates at New Jersey's public colleges and universities are also pushing for the measure to make those students eligible for state financial aid. "
But Thursday he told supporters he'd prefer if he didn't have to reach across the aisle. Don't confuse for a moment the fact that I feel, as governor, I have to work with everyone, and will do the best I can, that that is what I want, he said,
Gov. Chris Christie Governor Christie announced late Friday he would not sign Democrats' centerpiece gun safety bill, calling its biggest change "entirely unworkable."...In a message accompanying his veto of the Democrats' main gun bill, Christie
The Record An appeals judge on Tuesday rejected state Senate President Stephen Sweeney's request for immediate legal action aimed at removing Governor Christie 's recent appointee to the Rutgers University board of governors. The appointee, New
N.J. (AP) New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney tells The Associated Press the Senate will return for a vote to revive a plan to put an open space question on the November ballot. The resolution would ask voters to approve long-term funding for
One of the suggestions mentioned in a recent Item letter to the editor was for penalties for burglaries to be strengthened. Despite the need for this to happen, several bills addressing this issue have been sitting on our representatives' desks for