Murphy lamented losing the battle to include a millionaire's tax in the FY 2020 budget.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Sunday signed a $38.7 billion budget without a millionaire's tax, ending tense negotiations with top Democrats and staving off a government shutdown.
Murphy reiterates that "all options on the table" on what he'll do about the budget.
Murphy sent a letter to state legislators marking his stance on their budget. Sweeney fired back in his own letter.
The annual jaunt from Newark to Washington D.C. is a fairly reliable barometer of what decision makers are thinking and talking about.
Senate President Steve Sweeney announced that Democratic lawmakers aren’t buying the governor’s latest budget compromise. He proposed adding a surcharge on short-term property rentals, and ...
For the second time in a week, Murphy went to a train station to make the case for an increase in funding to NJ Transit in his budget. The governor and legislative leadership have yet to come to an ...
Gov. Murphy took questions on a variety of topics at a press conference on Friday.
Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets. When will Gov. Murphy sign the sports betting bill approved by the Legislature this week?
State budget negotiations appeared to break down last week amid persistent reports of acrimony between Senate President Steve Sweeney and Gov. Phil Murphy. But Monday, Sweeney today maintained that ...
Senate Budget Committee Chair Paul Sarlo insists all the whispers of a budget impasse are just that.