NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—For years, a movement has been growing across the state to change the law and allow undocumented immigrants to apply for driver's licenses.

Let’s Drive New Jersey, a coalition that brings together nearly fifty community, faith, labor, social service and advocacy organizations has grown into a powerful force behind the proposal.

TOMS RIVER, NJ—A new Housing and Urban Development (HUD) pilot program plans to rescore HUD building inspections beginning here in New Jersey, according to Lynne Patton, the Regional Administrator for Region II of HUD.

Patton made this announcement, along with other proposals, on April 19 at the Fair Housing 50th Anniversary Seminar in Toms River.

A landlord currently only needs to meet three out of five inspectable areas of a Real Estate Assessment Center (REAC) inspection to pass, according to Patton.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Tenants will soon be moving into a new 12-unit apartment building intended to provide permanent housing for homeless individuals and families.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place on March 13 with many influential supporters in attendance, including Mayor James Cahill and two of the county's elected Freeholders.