Thankfully, you don't need fancy dining halls or a college degree to have a good life or get a good job.
New York officials have primarily pitched congestion tolls as an easy cash grab for the city's subway system. New Jersey drivers and politicians aren't happy about that.
New Jersey's Restrictions on Public Gun Possession Are 'Plainly Unconstitutional,' a Federal Judge Says
The state defied a Supreme Court ruling by banning guns from myriad "sensitive places."
Up with girls, down with Nazis.
New York Lawmakers Could Pass the Nation's Strictest State-Level Rent Control Law by the End of the Week
A controversial "good cause" eviction bill that would cap rent increases could be included in a budget bill that must pass by April 1.
He did "what any dad would—he went to hug his crying kid," says former town councilman Keith Kaplan.
"Lifetime registries are wrong," said the plaintiff's attorney. "They're wrong based on the science and they're wrong based on the reality that risk is not static. It is dynamic."
The city has not granted a single permit since the Supreme Court upheld the right to bear arms last June.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear 94-year-old Geraldine Tyler's case challenging home equity theft.
By banning firearms from a wide range of "sensitive places," the state effectively nullified the right to bear arms.
New Jersey Town That Sued a Woman for Public Records Requests Now Wants Lawyer Prosecuted for Same Thing
Irvington made national headlines last year when it filed a lawsuit against an 82-year-old woman for filing too many public records requests. Now it says a lawyer for FIRE should be prosecuted.
The debate over bail has become a polarizing flash point. But as usual, the answer is more nuanced than either Republicans or Democrats would have their bases believe.
New Jersey Legislators Advance a Bill That Tramples on the Right To Bear Arms While Pretending To Respect It
Carry permit applicants would have to prove they are not dangerous, and guns would be banned from myriad locations.
Legislators in both states favor subjective standards and sweeping restrictions for carry permits.
The restrictions are clearly intended to crush breweries in order to protect restaurants.
New Jersey is the first state to ban single-use bags made from both plastic and paper, but one is actually worse for the environment than the other.
The pediatric neurosurgeon who first popularized shaken-baby syndrome has doubts about how it is used in courtrooms today.
New rules from the state alcohol control board could grind breweries into insolvency.
Several states are retaining subjective criteria for carry permits or imposing new restrictions on gun possession.
Regulations ban food sales, limit the number of events, and include other inane requirements.
State Reactions to the SCOTUS Ruling Against Discretionary Carry-Permit Laws Range From Compliance to Defiance
Some states promptly eliminated subjective standards, while others refused to recognize the decision's implications.
Somerville still has costly regulations on the books even though New Jersey has legalized the sale of home-baked items.
The "victim-centered" training required by S.B. 2469 would compromise the impartiality of Title IX investigations.
Perhaps the government shouldn't be running golf courses in the first place?
Two federal appeals courts recently concluded that such age restrictions are unconstitutional.
Irvington Township says it's being bullied by 82-year-old Elouise McDaniel and is asking a court to block her from filing public records requests.
From New Jersey to California, state lawmakers are mulling one-off rebates and tax credits to ease the pain of rising prices.
Legislators in New Jersey and Oregon keep failing to repeal their states' bans on self-service gas stations. Is Massachusetts' small town direct democracy the solution?
Ron DeSantis killed people because Florida didn't impose tougher rules, we're told. But it's not true.
The Golden State's legalization of accessory dwelling units has produced a glut of new housing. New York area policymakers are trying to replicate the success.
Donating to the needy, in addition to being a generally nice thing to do, is a protected First Amendment activity.
Panicked Americans surrendered a lot of authority during the pandemic. Now they want their country back.
A Truck Driver With a Few Thousand Bucks and an iPhone Just Toppled New Jersey's Most Powerful Lawmaker
Edward Durr's incredible upset victory over New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney is worth celebrating.
One of the hardest political lessons to learn is that pocketbook issues are the main driving force of electoral successes and failures.
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The bill would strip New York of federal transit funding if Manhattan-bound Garden State motorists aren't spared from new tolls.
The First Amendment clearly protects the right to political expression, even when it's vulgar.
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A Town in New Jersey Tried To Seize This Property To Block a Housing Development, Which Has Still Not Been Built
If politicians want lower housing prices, they need to let people build more housing.