NJ Legislation To Crack Down On Kid Vids [AUDIO]
Patrick Deck is accused of videotaping boys in the shower at the “Land of Make Believe” amusement park in Hope, New Jersey.
Chris Christie Needs Busy Work Before Keynote [AUDIO]
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will take the stage at the Republican National Convention in Tampa tomorrow night to deliver what he calls the biggest speech of his political life.
NJ Residents Struggling And Not Optimistic [AUDIO]
If the economy really is turning around somebody forgot to tell New Jersey residents.
NJ Could Get Direct Savings Through Direct Deposit [AUDIO]
Call it New Jersey government’s version of looking under the seat cushions for loose change.
More Doctors Than Patients In Medical Marijuana Program [AUDIO]
The New Jersey Department of Health has compiled a list of physicians registered to participate in the state’s medicinal marijuana program.
Chris Christie Still On Summer Tour As NJ Democrats Bash Him [AUDIO]
Yesterday, Governor Chris Christie brought his “Endless Summer Tax Relief” tour to Mannington Township, where he held his 89th town hall to continue pushing the legislature to act now on a bipartisan tax relief plan.
NJ Creating Jobs But Unemployment Rate Soaring Too [AUDIO]
New Jersey is on pace to create more jobs in 2012 than in any year since 2000, but the state’s unemployment rate is still near 10%. How does this make sense?
US Senate Bill Would Hike Minimum Wage to $9.80 An Hour [AUDIO]
A bill to increase New Jersey’s minimum wage from $7.25 to $8.50 an hour passed the full Assembly in May, but stalled in the State Senate because Governor Chris Christie vowed to veto it.
New Jersey Comeback Myth Or Reality? [AUDIO]
Governor Chris Christie continues to tout the “New Jersey Comeback.” Democrats continue to blast Christie saying it’s more like the state is in the middle of an ongoing setback. Is Christie right or are the Democrats the ones telling it like it is?
Legislation Would Alter Child Sex Abuse Civil Cases [AUDIO]
Today, the New Jersey Senate is scheduled to vote on a bill that would completely remove the two-year statute of limitations for victims of child sexual abuse to file a civil suit against their molester or the religious, charitable or educational organization that may have enabled the abuse.