Flanked by union bosses from across New Jersey, Murphy promised a reckoning as he berated Democrats in the Legislature for introducing their own budget -- one that lacks the millionaire’s tax Murphy ...
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Democrats intend to pass their budget on Thursday and send it to the governor, which would give him about ten days to decide what to do.
The coalition wants Pallone, who is chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, to co-sponsor HR 1384, the Medicare for All Act.
Officials from NJ Transit and the Port Authority told riders at a public meeting that they’re squeezing as much bus capacity as they can out of a seriously overburdened system.
The plan’s just a draft. There will be public hearings before it’s adopted.
Gov. Phil Murphy promises to sign the bill and work to resolve outstanding issues.
A coalition of faith-based leaders gathered to support of Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed millionaire’s tax increase on moral grounds.
Budget negotiations over a millionaire’s tax are growing more heated. The governor says without it he won’t be able to boost funding for programs like preschool.
The committee will not disband, but it’s got no further hearings scheduled. It will now focus on changes to rules and regulations designed to protect employee victims.
After spending months investigating how the Murphy administration handled Katie Brennan’s case and others, the bipartisan committee will issue its report.
The state Health Department is seeking applicants to operate as many as 108 new medical marijuana businesses.
Phil Murphy held a roundtable to preserve Obamacare by creating a state-run health care exchange. But afterward, he snapped back at Steve Sweeney for suggesting that he would shut down state ...
The Senate passes a medical marijuana expansion bill and sends it back to the Assembly for a final vote. Will the governor sign or conditionally veto it?
The New Jersey Department of Health released an alert regarding a measles exposure at Newark Airport on May 8.
While shore folks eagerly anticipate a trouble-free tourist season, Trenton’s budget season’s already fraught. One sore point is an ad, produced by the dark money group, New Direction New Jersey.