The American Civil Liberties Union says state officials have agreed to drop a program that sought stricter requirements for people seeking to obtain or renew driver's licenses in New Jersey.
Senate Majority President Stephen Sweeney says it is one thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on; ending the NFL's referee lockout.
New Jersey motorists have another reason to frown about their driver's license photos.
Utility crews are making progress restoring electricity after powerful storms knocked out service to some 30,000 customers in New Jersey.
New Jersey hospitals spent $33.5 million less to treat the uninsured last year.
North Jersey's largest water supplier is seeking permission to charge a new fee to help pay for repairs.
The Associated Press has learned the bill signing will be in New Brunswick, but the governor also plans stops in Newark and Camden - the three cities most affected by the measure.
New Jersey has been gaining jobs but even more job seekers in a trend that zipped the state's unemployment rate up to a two-year high in June.
New Jersey's Education Department says it's giving the Camden School District one more chance to fix its problems before a takeover.