Power Plant Bill Has Strong Opposition

By Ed Rodgers
With the Oyster Creek reactor closing in nine years and no new generating stations constructed New Jersey needs to build a new power plant to handle its base load and reduce a 400 million dollar charge consumers now pay.  Read more of this post

Gravino Approved as Turnpike Commissioner

By Zachary Fink

Ron Gravino was narrowly approved as a commissioner on the NJ Turnpike Authority by the Senate Judiciary Committee.  Read more of this post

Revamping Casino Legislation

By Jerry Henry

Who would control a newly created tourism zone in Atlantic City became the main sticking point as the Assembly considered new legislation. Read more of this post

NJ Native Victim of Arizona Shootings

By Desiree Taylor
Phyllis Schneck, who was born in Rutherford and raised her three children in Montville, was one of the six people killed at the political event in Arizona Read more of this post

Arizona Shooting Reaction

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn

Elected officials in New Jersey reacted to this weekend’s shooting rampage in Arizona, with shock, outrage and deep concern.  Read more of this post