by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Mar 27, 2015
Nationally, more than one out of four farmworkers are undocumented.
by Kira Lerner Mar 8, 2015
“I’ll deal with you here the same way as I deal with you in New Jersey,” Christie told the protesters.
by Bryce Covert Mar 3, 2015
Bloomfield, NJ just passed the country's 21st paid sick leave law.
by Kira Lerner Feb 25, 2015
"To be clear, there is no agreement. There is no deal on anything," the union president said.
by Kira Lerner Feb 24, 2015
The governor will announce a $1.3 billion payment into the state's pension system on Tuesday, a number that falls short of the amount mandated by a state judge on Monday.
by Kira Lerner Feb 20, 2015
A recent report found that 15,000 families are still displaced and waiting on state aid because of the mismanaged state program.
by Zack Ford Feb 11, 2015
A New Jersey judge agrees that marketing homosexuality as a disorder to sell ex-gay therapy is consumer fraud.
by Zack Ford Feb 6, 2015
Ex-gay therapists hoping to prove the legitimacy of their treatment won't be allowed to rely on ex-gay "experts" that promote and practice it.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Feb 2, 2015
For years, the governor has made efforts to pander to groups that tout myths about vaccines.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jan 26, 2015
These programs have proven effective because they can help teachers deal with teen depression in a way that doesn't make kids feel stigmatized.