New Jersey's denial of the label "marriage" to same-sex couples violates the New Jersey Constitution as interpreted by Lewis and, therefore, same-sex couples in New Jersey who are otherwise qualified
The Third Circuit affirmed a decision enjoining the state's sports-wagering law, which would have allowed betting on sports events. Will the governor continue to fight for the law
Rutgers University has appointed Theodore Brown, an in-house attorney with background as a prosecutor, to head a new unit charged with reducing the school's exposure to risk
...decision of an administrative law judge, dismissing petitioner’s claim for Medicaid reimbursement for services rendered to special-education students parentally placed in nonpublic...
...adopting the decision of an ALJ, dismissing petitioner's claim for Medicaid reimbursement for services rendered to special education students parentally placed in non...
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