Tag: parents

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

N.J. ranks #1 for millennials living at home | Thomas

By Brian Thomas _ “Mom? Dad? I’m Home:” The list of population segments overwhelmed by the financial crisis facing New Jersey appears to grow year after year as Millennials can now be included with senior citizens, limited income families, and Read More

Christie, Guadagno join chorus of Trump’s GOP critics over Khan comments

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie is popularly seen as a leading Donald Trump apologist, but on Tuesday, Trump’s transition chieftain parted ranks and said the GOP nominee’s response to the parents of Humayan Khan were “inappropriate.” “I Read More

Rooney Opines on Rachel Canning Saga

BY STAFF | THE SAVE JERSEY BLOG Our Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney once again visited with the Fox29/My9′s Chasing New Jersey team on Thursday to discuss the latest developments in the Rachel Canning family court drama… You can watch Matt’s segment here: My9 New Read More

Sweeney Shifts to Jerry Brown’s Left

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We know that the New Jersey Democrat Party isn’t a fond of constitutional rights because they’re hard to amend/curtail/squash when political expediency dictates, Save Jerseyans. What we didn’t realize until fairly recently is that they’re Read More

Christie Vetos Sociological Strip Search Bill

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Governor Chris Christie yesterday vetoed S454/A2421, the bill we’ve been fighting for years that would have allowed public schools to ask students intrusive personal questions about themselves and their family members without written parental consent. In his veto message, Read More

Spy Games at NJ Schools?

Legislature taking another shot at using school kids to spy on their families By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com UPDATE 1:45PM The Assembly Education Committee approved A2421, a bill that would allow schools to survey students without the written consent of their parents.  Surprisingly, there was Republican support Read More