On Monday, the New Jersey Assembly Homeland Security Committee approved legislation that would permit immigrants who are not in the United States legally to obtain New Jersey driver's licenses, but Gov. Chris Christie made it crystal clear he would never sign the measure.
A press conference Monday on the steps of the State House signaled the beginning of a new push to establish driver’s licenses for New Jersey residents even if they can’t prove they’re in the U.S. legally.
The Motor Vehicle Commission would be required to issue driving privilege cards to New Jersey resident who can't prove in they're in the country legally if Assemblywoman Annette Quijano's bill becomes law.
In response to the killing by police of a man who allegedly murdered a Jersey City cop early this week, the United Blood Nation street gang is reportedly threatening to target police officers in that city and other areas of the Garden State. The threats and the problem of gang violence have certainl…