A Dreamer represented by the ACLU-NJ is among the first DACA recipients in NJ to take oath to practice law.
New executive order is a first step to reforming New Jersey’s problematic, restrictive medical cannabis program.
A phone company sued NJ for capping prison phone rates, claiming a right to hypothetical profits. We said: that’s not a right.
NJ’s Black children, who are arrested at disproportionate rates, are also denied opportunities to avoid justice system.
Under the executive order, state agencies can't ask salary history. Now we need the Legislature to expand that statewide.
The nation stands at a crossroads. Murphy’s emphasis on social justice signals an opportunity to show the power of resistance.
Michelle Alexander dedicated her book The New Jim Crow to incarcerated people. In some NJ prisons, a ban prevents them from reading it.
Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla signed a fair-and-welcoming policy as his first act, starting 2018 on a note of justice.
Counties have a legal obligation to have plans to provide warmth for homeless residents. But not all counties fulfill the law's requirements.
Parents: if your kid gets in trouble with the law in NJ, they don't have to be arrested.
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