The summer of 2004 was not a great one for Democratic Gov. Jim McGreevey. On June 30, a major McGreevey fundraiser, Charles Kushner, was fined more than $500,000 by federal election officials for improper campaign contributions to McGreevey and others. A week later, another major McGreevey fundraiser, David D’Amiano, was indicted on charges that he […]
The state’s second biggest city has gone to federal court in a bid to keep police officers who use cannabis off duty from returning to its police force. In an 18-page complaint filed Monday, Jersey City Public Safety Director James Shea argues that because federal law prevents anyone who uses a controlled substance like cannabis […]
Fulop has privately trashed the site as “yellow journalism,” called Morrill and the site’s associate publisher “as big hacks as they come,” and claimed the site is “a political tool to hurt me” and “not a legitimate news source.”
A federal lawsuit targeting the county line — the ballot system used in most New Jersey counties that gives a boost to party-backed candidates facing primary challenges — as unconstitutional may proceed, a judge ruled Tuesday.
The race to make sure Robert Menendez Jr. glides into the House of Representatives as Rep. Albio Sires’ successor is New Jersey politics at its worst.