New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has proposed a 2,000% increase in the cost of firearms permits and carry licenses, according to the Washington Examiner.
Idea Is To Protect Garden State's Streams, Rivers And Bays From Potentially Toxic Storm Runoff From Salt And Lawn Fertilizers
Residents of New Jersey were given a deadline to turn in their gun magazines or become felons overnight, and so far, no one is complying.
To illustrate the insidious nature of the war on drugs, NJ Weedman smoked and sold cannabis in front of cops and he was NOT arrested.
A New Jersey state senator is warning against products with marijuana, such as "sex toys and oils," that could be sold if the state decides to legalize recreational use of the substance.
NEW JERSEY (FOX5NY) - Never short on ideas for things to tax, lawmakers in New Jersey are considering a tax on tap water.
You would think New Jersey would have learned its lesson…
New Jersey governor Phil Murphy is expected to sign a bill that would dedicate $5 million in government funding to local media projects.
A state with notoriously strict gun laws is now giving citizens 180 days to surrender all firearms that hold more than 10 rounds.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy's administration ordered an immediate halt to state spending and hiring, because of what NJ.com describes as "an esoteric accounting maneuver caught up in charged state budget talks."
Fury at 'inclusive' high school that allows ANYONE to join the cheerleading team - no matter how bad they are - after a single parent complained because their 'snowflake' child missed out on selection
Just ask Greece how well continually raising taxes and spending works.
New Jersey Prepares To Raise Taxes On "Almost Everything" As It Nears Financial Disaster
tragic death to rare cancer...(Natural News) Phil Murphy, New Jersey's governor, has recently signed "an executive order for broader medical marijuana access."
The state of New Jersey's Bureau of Securities and the Attorney General has issued a cease and desist order to a digital currency investment fund called 'Bitstrade' this week. According to the state's Attorney General's office, the cryptocu
I won't pretend that I particularly enjoy impromptu religious sermons in public places. But regardless of my personal feelings, I believe people have the right to free expression, including religion and speech.