(The Center Square) – New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has tapped a pair of private consulting firms to conduct a review of his administration's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

(The Center Square) – New Jersey is tapping into federal COVID-19 pandemic relief funds to expand health care services amid "sharp increases" in mental health issues among young adults.

(The Center Square) – New Jersey’s political leaders are seeking an explanation from the federal government over its decision to block the state's use of quirky messages on digital signs, aimed at improving roadway safety. 

(The Center Square) – New Jersey's red hot online casino industry is expected to end the year with double-digit growth, but the market is showing some signs of slowing amid competition from neighboring states, according to a new industry report.

(The Center Square) – New York has quickly emerged as the nation’s leading online sports betting market, with gaming industry analysts projecting the state’s online casino market could be even larger.

(The Center Square) – New Jersey ranked in the middle of the pack in the Forbes Advisor "Best States to Start a Business" rankings, and two state policy think tanks have differing views on the value of the analysis.

(The Center Square) – A national firearms trade group is challenging a New Jersey law that allows the state and private individuals to file lawsuits against firearm manufacturers.

(The Center Square) – New Jersey is the only state in the country where county-level political parties can endorse candidates in primary elections, and give them preferential placement on the ballot. 

(The Center Square) – Churches, synagogues and other houses of worship in New Jersey will be required, along with large entertainment venues to have security plans for dealing with mass shootings or attacks under a bill signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy. 

(The Center Square) – New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has tapped a pair of private consulting firms to conduct a review of his administration's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

(The Center Square) – New Jersey is tapping into federal COVID-19 pandemic relief funds to expand health care services amid "sharp increases" in mental health issues among young adults.

(The Center Square) – New Jersey’s political leaders are seeking an explanation from the federal government over its decision to block the state's use of quirky messages on digital signs, aimed at improving roadway safety. 

(The Center Square) – New Jersey's red hot online casino industry is expected to end the year with double-digit growth, but the market is showing some signs of slowing amid competition from neighboring states, according to a new industry report.

(The Center Square) – New York has quickly emerged as the nation’s leading online sports betting market, with gaming industry analysts projecting the state’s online casino market could be even larger.

(The Center Square) – New Jersey ranked in the middle of the pack in the Forbes Advisor "Best States to Start a Business" rankings, and two state policy think tanks have differing views on the value of the analysis.

(The Center Square) – A national firearms trade group is challenging a New Jersey law that allows the state and private individuals to file lawsuits against firearm manufacturers.

(The Center Square) – New Jersey is the only state in the country where county-level political parties can endorse candidates in primary elections, and give them preferential placement on the ballot. 

(The Center Square) – Churches, synagogues and other houses of worship in New Jersey will be required, along with large entertainment venues to have security plans for dealing with mass shootings or attacks under a bill signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy. 

(The Center Square) – New Jersey is slated to receive more federal funding to help the state recover from a devastating storm last year that killed 30 people, and destroyed hundreds of homes.