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.
At a Assembly Budget Committee hearing Monday, lawmakers heard from the Department of Transportation commissioner, NJ Transit's executive director and the Motor Vehicle Commission's chief ...
A decline in academy recruits and high attrition have created a staffing shortage at the DOC.
Currently, the state spends $1.6 billion on higher education, and Murphy would increase that by 2.6%.
Department of Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson outlines priorities to the Assembly Budget Committee that include medication-assisted treatment access and reducing infant and maternal ...
The Assembly Budget Committee heard testimony from the CEO of the Schools Development Authority and the state's education commissioner.
Budget hearings continue through April and part of May.
One of this year’s big selling points is that the budget identifies a billion dollars in savings.
The Assembly Budget Committee convenes for its first public hearing on the state’s fiscal year 2020 budget.
Amid sexual assault allegations against the Supreme Court nominee, the Legislature takes a step to update their sexual harassment policies.
State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio testified before the Assembly Budget Committee on how the state's revenue figures square with the proposed budget. Muoio said instead of an April surprise, New ...
New Jersey’s Acting Secretary for Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis praised the governor’s plan of tuition-free community college to the Assembly Budget Committee.
Agency executives told Trenton lawmakers that NJ Transit is seriously behind schedule installing the federally-mandated safety system called positive train control.
Lawmakers of both parties wondered why Murphy is still using the old, discredited 2008 formula, and not the one they tinkered with last summer.
Of the over 100 people who testified at Monday's Assembly Budget hearing, the majority focused on school funding.