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Calling it a case for religious and political freedom, a New Jersey woman is suing the state's Motor Vehicle Commission after her order for an "8THEIST" custom license plate was denied.
U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone criticized an Obama Administration plan that would allow states suffering from other natural disasters to compete for Hurricane Sandy recovery funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
As a long-time student of government in the United States, I was always confident that the third arm of government, the courts, would protect our democratic system from possible excesses by the other two arms, the executive and legislative branches of government.
The Garden State has apparently become "ground zero" for devout, angry atheists intent on imposing their beliefs on Americans of all religious stripes.
TRENTON - Today is Earth Day, when people around the globe celebrate the environment and stress how to protect it.
Vehicles travel in a temporary lane on Route 46 that's been created as part of a construction project to build a rock fence on a stretch of the road in Knowlton Township.
St. Rose Hospital and the state Department of Corrections will be joined by representatives accepting applications for jobs in law enforcement, business, technology, and legal and medical services.
Based on his 11 years as a legislator plus other part-time government posts, Chatzidakis might qualify for a modest state pension of roughly $19,000 a year.
When you hear the phrase "Only in New Jersey" there's a reason for that. There is terminology and words that could mean one thing anywhere else but in New Jersey, it has an entirely different meaning to residents of the Garden State.
An "8THEIST" license plate request from a New Jersey atheist women was denied after the state deemed her religious - or perhaps more appropriately put, non-religious - vanity plate "inappropriate."
A woman filed a federal lawsuit alleging that her First Amendment rights were violated when she was denied a license plate that would proclaim her atheist views in New Jersey, though a plate reading "BAPTIST" was approved.
The PRC Group obtained a $52.5 million construction loan for its $80 million student housing project at The College of New Jersey.
Interview memos released this week by the lawyers Christie hired to probe the George Washington Bridge lane closures reveal how David Samson, center - who faced a series of conflict-of-interest questions before resigning from the Port Authority late last month - apparently interacted with Christie administration officials in a number of overlapping ... (more)
A ceremony will be held later this month to mark the start of construction for the new high-rise bridge project in Beaufort.