The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice and the ACLU-NJ have released “To Record and Protect,” calling for New Jersey’s attorney general to establish a First Amendment Policing Policy to reaffirm the rights of community members who record police encounters.
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New Jersey Future, a smart growth advocacy group, is supporting a bill that would expand state and regional oversight of warehouse development in the state.
fayemi shakur, board chair of Newark Symphony Hall, and the Hall’s president & CEO Taneshia Nash Laird, are guests on SBN Newsmakers TV show.
A 2020 economic study by NJ Focus, a nonpartisan, nonprofit research foundation, found that the pandemic led New Jersey’s economy to record high unemployment rates and unemployment claims, as well as a historic contraction in the state’s Gross Domestic Product, followed by a quick rebound.
In this interview, SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin discusses a NJ Business Action Center webinar series with Don Newman, manager of the state’s office of small business advocacy.
TRENTON, NJ (SBN) — New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy presented keynote remarks on statewide initiatives to improve maternal health at the latest NJ Spotlight News virtual roundtable livestreamed by State Broadcast News. The panel discussion, “Maternal Health in New Jersey: Pursuing Equity Through Systemic Change,” drew more than 200 viewers of the one-hour, 15-minute live […]
Listen to SBN’s exclusive interview with Light of Day co-founder and executive director Tony Pallagrosi about this year’s virtual concerts.
TRENTON, NJ (SBN) – Even amid the pandemic, tobacco use remains a serious public health threat. In addition to tobacco-related death and disease, smoking also…
Although most Americans want to see Donald Trump impeached and barred from future elected office, Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, tells SBN that Republican voters are only likely to break with the former president if Republican leaders make the first move.
Award-winning photojournalist Thomas P. Costello describes his experience covering the “Trump Insurrection” Jan. 6, in which supporters of President Donald Trump, incited by Trump and other speeches, stormed the US Capitol Jan. 6 in the first sacking of the building since the British attacked the structure in 1814.