2011 Will End Without Public Workers’ Payout Law [AUDIO]
The battle rages on over how much taxpayer money should be used to fund huge end-of-career payouts for public workers’ unused sick and vacation time.
Saving Money Of Your Car Insurance Policy In 2012 [AUDIO]
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to save money in 2012 then this is a story for you.
NJ Lawmaker Poised To Re-Introduce Gay Marriage Bill [AUDIO]
In the 2006 Lewis v. Harris case, the New Jersey Supreme Court mandated marriage equality to all consenting couples in the State.
Hearing Scheduled For The Kids [AUDIO]
New Jersey’s Department of Children and Families is making progress but is still in need of major improvement, according to a court-ordered report released earlier this month by a federal monitor.
Senator Codey Wonders Why No Action On His Bill [AUDIO]
On December 20, 2010 by a vote of 30-7, the State Senate approved a bill that would dramatically increase fines and penalties for drivers caught talking or texting on a hand-held cell phone.
NJ’s Gov Gets Unsolicited Nationwide Support [AUDIO]
Not too long ago, after much speculation and with great fanfare New Jersey Governor Chris Christie formally announced that he would not be running for President of the United States.
Legislation Would Let Towns Buy Up Flood-Prone Properties [POLL/AUDIO]
New Jersey has suffered through record flooding this year. Some areas were still recovering from Hurricane Irene when they were socked again by the freak blizzard in late October. Residents in some areas say they still hadn’t fully rebuilt from previous storms. Those New Jerseyans wh…
Expect Few Answers From Former Governor Jon Corzine Today [LIVE]
Former New Jersey Governor and United States Senator Jon Corzine will be on the hot seat when he testifies before the House Agriculture Committee this morning about his role leading MF Global. He’s scheduled to appear before the Senate Agriculture Committee Tuesday.
New Requirements Possible For Learner’s Permits [AUDIO]
If you’re a parent old enough to have a teen driver in the house chances are it’s been a long time since you took a driver’s test.
Sweeney Promises Millionaire’s Tax [AUDIO]
Any suspense that may have been lingering about whether or not Democrats will revive legislation to re-impose a millionaire’s tax increase is now officially gone. State Senate President Steve Sweeney promises, “One way or another, one way or another, this is going to get addres…
Poll: N.J. Loves Locally Grown Produce [AUDIO]
“Jersey Fresh” produce is awesome and the overwhelming majority of Garden State residents want their children eating more of it.
Gov. Christie Backs Sports Betting In NJ [VIDEO]
Tuesday, New Jersey voters will be asked to cast a ballot as to whether they support changing the state constitution to allow sports betting at Garden State casinos and racetracks.