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  • NJ Wildlife Council Votes In Favor Of Bear Hunt

    NJ Wildlife Council Votes In Favor Of Bear Hunt
    New Jersey's Fish and Game Council will include a bear hunt in its proposed management policy. Tuesday's vote sets the stage for the state's first black bear hunt in five years. Former Gov. Jon Corzine had blocked the hunt. Fish and Game Division...
  • Chris Christie Promises 'A Difference' As NJ Governor

    Chris Christie Promises 'A Difference' As NJ Governor
    Republican Chris Christie was sworn in Tuesday as New Jersey's 55th governor, vowing to deliver the far-reaching change he said voters elected him to bring about. "You voted loudly and clearly for change, and you have entrusted us with what may be our...
  • NJ Medical Marijuana Bill is Signed Into Law

    NJ Medical Marijuana Bill is Signed Into Law
    New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine has signed legislation granting chronically ill patients legal access to marijuana. Corzine's office said the governor signed the bill late Monday, his last full day in office. Gov.-elect Chris Christie will be sworn in...
  • NJ State Assembly Passes Medical Marijuana Bill

    NJ State Assembly Passes Medical Marijuana Bill
    The Legislature on Monday approved a bill that would make the state the 14th to allow chronically ill patients access to marijuana for medical reasons. Democratic Gov. Jon Corzine supports the legislation and could sign it before leaving office next...
  • Corzine To Deliver Final State Of The State Address

    Corzine To Deliver Final State Of The State Address
    New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine will highlight gains in children's programs during his term when he delivers his final State of the State address Tuesday. Corzine's speech is expected to highlight accomplishments in education, child welfare and health care....
  • Gays Seek To Involve NJ's Top Court After Senate Defeats Same-Sex Marriage Bill

    Gays Seek To Involve NJ's Top Court After Senate Defeats Same-Sex Marriage Bill
    Gays are vowing to fight back through the courts after the state Senate voted down a bill to legalize same-sex marriage. Minutes after the bill was defeated 20-14 on Thursday, gay rights advocates announced they would file a lawsuit seeking to get the...
  • Hurricane Propels Jackson's Justice Quest At EPA

    Hurricane Propels Jackson's Justice Quest At EPA
    More than four years after Hurricane Katrina, the single-story brick rancher in Pontchartrain Park where Lisa Perez Jackson grew up stands empty. Floodwaters long ago ate away the walls of her corner bedroom, where the current head of the Environmental...
  • NJ Senate Defeats Gay Marriage Bill

    NJ Senate Defeats Gay Marriage Bill
    New Jersey's state Senate has defeated a bill to legalize gay marriage, the latest in a string of setbacks for advocates. The defeat, by a vote of 20-14likely ends any chance that the state Legislature approves gay marriage soon. Five senators did not...
  • NJ Assembly Won't Take Lead on Gay Marriage Bill

    NJ Assembly Won't Take Lead on Gay Marriage Bill
    The head of the New Jersey Assembly says he won't post a bill to legalize same-sex marriage unless the Senate approves the measure first. Assembly Speaker Joe Roberts said Thursday that all sides had a chance to be heard during seven hours of Senate...
  • NJ Governor's Office Payroll Goes Up $2M Under Christie

    NJ Governor's Office Payroll Goes Up $2M Under Christie
    Nearly twice as many people are making $100,000 or more in New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration than under former Gov. Jon Corzine (KOHR'-zyn). An Associated Press analysis has found that while the Republican Christie has proposed laying off...
  • Federal panel members hear pleas not to close N.J. Army base

    EATONTOWN, N.J. -- Two members of a federal commission recommending that Fort Monmouth be closed and much of its work shifted to Aberdeen toured the Army base yesterday but would not say whether the visit would help save the installation. Anthony J....