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Grewal sues company for allegedly selling large capacity firearm magazines in N.J.

TRENTON, N.J. – Phil Murphy’s attorney general is cracking down on large capacity magazines which have been a target of the Democrat Administration’s gun control policy regime. On Wednesday, Gurbir Grewal announced that he is suing a Nevada-based company – Read More

NANNY STATE? N.J. parents may soon face stiff penalties if their kids are accused of “bullying”

TRENTON, N.J. –  “Mallory’s Law” endeavors to honor a 12-year-old (Mallory Grossman) who killed herself in 2017. Bullying was the reported culprit, and the New Jersey legislature wants to do something about it. The new consequences for offending parents are Read More

Trump launches 2020 campaign, tells supporters “nobody has done what we have done”

ORLANDO, F.L. – Exactly four years and two days after he descended a Trump Tower escalator and upended the political universe, Donald Trump addressed thousands of supporters in Orlando on Tuesday night to formally launch his 2020 presidential campaign. “Our Read More

REPORT: GOP’s DiMaso cleared as ethics complaint dismissed

HOLMDEL, N.J. – Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso (R-13) is in the clear. On Tuesday, the New Jersey Joint Legislative Committee on Ethical Standards decided that an ethics complaint filed by fellow Monmouth County legislators Eric Houghtaling (D-11) and Joann Downey (D-11) Read More

LD11: GOP challengers want Murphy to restore $65 million to Monmouth school districts

OCEAN TOWNSHIP, N.J. – Democrats in Trenton are fighting with one another quite a bit these days, and there’s a strong possibility of a FY 2020 budget impasse, but one area where they still agree: the suburbs should fully fund urban Read More

Murphy’s task force drops initial EDA tax incentive report

TRENTON, N.J. – Shortly after a Superior Court judge denied the request of George Norcross III to bar its release, the Murphy Administration’s Task Force on EDA Tax Incentives released its initial report. “The task force’s investigation to date has Read More

Democrats buck Murphy, unveil budget without gun fee hikes and expanded millionaire’s tax

TRENTON, N.J. – A state government shutdown just got a little more likely on Monday when the New Jersey legislature, controlled by Democrats, bucked Democrat Governor Phil Murphy and introduced its own budget devoid of Murphy priorities. Notably, legislative Democrats Read More