Commissioners criticized the enabling statute which didn’t let them award a smaller subsidy. They want that amended.
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An attorney says three of his clients had to place their children back at the same facility where they almost died because of a shortage of available beds.
New Jersey’s Commissioner of the Department of Children and Families testified that caseworkers and supervisors often face overwhelming stress when investigating cases of abuse and neglect.
Expect another challenging summer aboard NJ Transit for many of the same reasons last year went south.
Missteps abounded and NJ Transit fumbled. Because WrestleMania ran longer, some NJ Transit crews couldn’t work past their 12-hour safety cutoff. Because of crew shortages, restaffing posed a ...
Murphy’s ultimate goal: making New Jersey’s energy sources 100% renewable by 2050. Environmental advocates say that should include a moratorium on new fossil fuel infrastructure.
The IRS reported some 40% of Americans still hadn’t filed by April 5. It expected more than 14 million people to request extensions. Citizen Action prepared 6,000 returns for free in 2018.
With gas consumption down, New Jersey is exploring another way to pay for critical transportation infrastructure: a user fee, based not on the gas you buy, but rather on the number of miles you ...
Gov. Murphy says he won’t stand for New Jersey drivers getting double-tolled by New York's proposed congestion pricing.
Delgado-Polanco has called the personnel changes a “restructuring” that she felt was needed to fulfill the agency’s mission. But it sparked a political firestorm.
While Gateway primarily promotes building a new Hudson train tunnel, it might use the method of racking cables to buy some time and prolong the old tunnel’s life span.
New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney says the state should make companies pay refunds plus penalties if they cheat on their tax incentive applications.
New Jersey is home to 3.8 million people with pre-existing conditions who fear they could struggle to find affordable health care insurance without Obamacare.
Sweeney’s proposal, a major pillar of his so-called Pathways to Progress plan to cut state spending, resonated with a room of educators who face rising costs and, in many cases, decreased state aid.
Gov. Phil Murphy appointed a task force by executive order in January to investigate New Jersey’s tax incentive programs as administered by the EDA.