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Please contact Governor Murphy at 609-292-6000 expressing opposition to the bill which transfers the management PFRS to a Board of Trustees until it is amended to add the necessary safeguards advocated by the League, NJCM, and NJAC. Read on...
Chief Justice Rabner issued a Memorandum regarding fines and penalties in municipal court. While we agree that all judicial matters should focus on implementing justice, we disagree with any notion that these are more than rare, isolated instances. Read on...
Gov. Murphy signed into law A-2014, requiring NJ MVC to automatically register to vote anyone eligible when they apply for a driver’s license, examination permit, probationary driver’s license, or ID card. It will take effect Nov. 1. Read on...