Murphy is widely anticipated to sign both bills, but the impact on premiums probably won't be felt before 2019.
With little help from Republicans in Washington, Pallone and his Democratic colleagues are counting on state leaders to keep what’s left of the Affordable Care Act intact.
Poll finds more New Jerseyans are insured, but that they are dissatisfied with their options and the price of coverage.
A new report by NJ Policy Perspective calls for legislation that would extend health care to children who are unauthorized immigrants.
It’s a big win for President Donald Trump. The $1.5 trillion tax bill passed in both the House and Senate and will soon be put on the president’s desk to sign into law.
With the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period sliced in half, people are scrambling to get insured.
Among the findings: 58 percent predicts sales will rise next year; 9 percent says they'll fall. Overall, that's 11 percent higher than last year and 55 percent predicts bigger profits compared to 12 ...
Congressman Josh Gottheimer hosted a roundtable discussion on the Health Insurance Tax and other aspects of tax reform with small business owners.
Bargain hunting as businesses look for big bucks on Black Friday and way beyond. The theme of the bus trip through East Orange is "shop small, dine small" in advance for Small Business Saturday. ...
Rich Miller recently retired after 22 years leading the Virtua group of health care providers. He reflects on how the health care industry has changed and what lies ahead.
A terrorist attack with New Jersey ties. Kim Guadagno doubles down. New Jersey should never be a sanctuary state. Phil Murphy goes on the radio to defend sanctuary cities and his millionaire's tax. ...
Confusion surrounds the ACA as open enrollment begins, but advocates say consumers can find a plan that's right for them.
Analysts estimate Graham-Cassidy could cost New Jersey $3.9 billion in federal health care funding over the next decade and remove coverage for 900,000 residents.
Against the advice of his attorneys, the senior senator from New Jersey will not attend his trial in order to be present for the Graham-Cassidy health care vote in Washington D.C.
‘Drive For Our Lives’ tour comes to New Jersey to organize support for the health care bill.