The undercurrent to legislation carried over from 2018 is the still-dicey dynamic between the governor and Sweeney, which they still insist is a figment of our collective imagination.
For this fiscal year, Gov. Phil Murphy and the Legislature raised taxes by $1.4 billion, and many legislative leaders are opposed to raising them again.
Murphy painted some broad strokes in his budget address, but the details have yet to be revealed.
Deignan says the state has to pay for the investments it wants, while O'Scanlon says the state can't afford to fund those priorities.
Despite news from Republicans in Trenton about a healthy surplus, a tax hike feels like it's in the air for tomorrow's budget address.
NJTV News provides live coverage of Gov. Phil Murphy’s 2019 budget address.
Next week is an important one for the Garden State, as Gov. Murphy delivers his first budget address.
Sweeney says the state can count on $2.9 billion from the federal government though a tax on C corporations.
One of New Jersey’s biggest political and business events occurred this week as legislators, lobbyists, business leaders and others boarded the Chamber train to Washington D.C.
Murphy said he wants to build the relationship between the Executive branch in Trenton and the federal delegation on both sides of the aisle to better New Jersey.
Murphy's first Budget Address will be a significant statement on his agenda, and business leaders across the state hope to hear a preview of it during his Walk to Washington address.
Murphy's budget address is a topic of conversation at the 81st Walk to Washington.
Chris Christie pioneered the monthly call-in. It's Murphy's show now.
His first proposal was to use the lottery to help fund public worker pensions.
The big state budget speech. Should profits from a health insurer and the lottery be tapped to cover expenditures? We'll crunch the numbers. The other big speech. The president strikes a softer note. ...