New Jersey is not the only state having trouble enforcing its ban. In Massachusetts, where residents had until February to surrender their bump stocks, State Police received just three devices.
The high court made clear that state legislatures have a “dual sovereignty” with their federal counterparts.
The bill, passed by committee, requires that the offenses be somehow related to an individual’s public employment.
All 50 states recognize that someone is legally dead once they are brain dead, but the Garden State has a rather large exemption.
The industry, long dominated by Europe, has been making its way across the pond with governors and state legislatures as its champions.
And they expect the social network CEO’s ‘full cooperation’ while they ensure the consumer privacy of users.
New Jersey is one of at least 25 states considering aid-in-dying bills this year.
The multi-billion dollar project features a rail tunnel in and out of Manhattan and is a priority in the New York City region. It's getting fresh attention as Congress works on a major spending bill.
The lack of federal funding for gun-related research leaves policymakers without basic information that would help inform policy decisions. Some states are filling the gap.
No, Florida isn’t one of them.
The Garden State joins others regulating emissions absent federal policy.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has gone silent after excluding Florida from a draft lease sales plan, but letters criticizing that decision’s “arbitrary” nature keep coming in.
Even though a legislative proposal lost out in Trenton, this bacterium helped win a Nobel Prize and cure a global disease.
To lure Amazon’s HQ2, the Garden State is offering more than double its annual contribution to the public pension system—a system that paid out $5.5 billion more in benefits than it accrued last year.
A number of state and local officials are opposing the leasing of previously protected waters.
From the Tenth Amendment to the First, civil rights to states rights, a lot is at stake for state and local governments.
The high court might end a “failed statutory regime” that Nevada currently enjoys.
House Ways and Means Democrats and Republicans sparred Tuesday over the so-called SALT deduction.
Sign up for our daily newsletter: