Another post I found on the same lookup resulted in the below.
Perhaps someone knowledgeable with regards to HUNTING in New Jersey could verify if this is indeed correct. If so, it would practically assure us that hollowpoints are legal -- how could they be required and illegal at the same time?
Hollow points are REQUIRED by every states Game Commisions for hunting ammunition. This is to reduced the possibility of wounded animals crawling off into to bush to die slowly and painfully. Hunters want clean, one-shot kills, both for it's merciful and practical aspects: nobody wants the animal to suffer, and they'd rather not chase it.