Restaurant lobby opposes Murphy’s liquor law reforms
Even Democrats who want reforms are balking at the governor's plan
Easing Liquor License Transfers Could Spur Economic Development, Says Sen. Singleton
Under proposed law, municipalities could transfer inactive liquor licenses to help redevelopment zones
N.J. bill would allow towns to get around state’s Prohibition-era liquor license cap
A liquor license is hard to obtain in New Jersey, and it can be quite expensive, with the average license costing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Drug prices are obscene, and Murphy is blocking the smart solution
Lisa Wetzel-Trainor, a freelance writer with a chronic illness, had long feared what would happen if she lost the insurance coverage she gets through her husband, a public school teacher. She’d have to pay the full cost of a drug she needs to manage her debilitating brain fog from severe ADHD: More than $1,000 a month.
Singleton, Gopal Bill to Assist First-Time Homebuyers Clears Committee
Trenton – In an effort to support first-time homeowners, the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Vin Gopal that would establish the New Jersey First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Program.
Murphy vows help on N.J. property taxes, car thefts, Shore towns in State of the State speech
Proclaiming to be “building the next New Jersey,” Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday used his fifth State of the State address to urge more people to apply for property tax relief and vowed to assist Jersey Shore towns, fight opioid addiction and car thefts, and reform the state’s complicated liquor license laws.
Could a new, permanent homeless shelter come to Burlington County?
MOUNT HOLLY−The county is pursuing a plan for a permanent homeless shelter.
New prescription drug price caps don’t benefit everyone
Only covering about a third of NJ residents
Human Trafficking: Today's Modern-Day Slavery
Yesterday, Jan. 11, was Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
In its simplest form, human trafficking is about buying and selling people. It exists everywhere around the globe and in different methods. The bottom line is that it is an industry that profits from exploiting people. And it is often and correctly compared with slavery. To better understand who or how a person becomes a victim — and it can be anyone — I urge you to watch this heart-breaking public service announcement.