At a nearly hour-long off the record sit down with reporters after dinner, the governor gave less, not more, on speculation that a new millionaire's tax is on his agenda and demurred on explaining ...
The annual jaunt from Newark to Washington D.C. is a fairly reliable barometer of what decision makers are thinking and talking about.
Critics call the annual Chamber Train "pay-to-play shenanigans," while its sponsors call it a networking opportunity open to everyone willing to pay the price of a ticket.
Calling for a reset of state priorities, Murphy repeats a call for a millionaire's tax.
Murphy's budget address is a topic of conversation at the 81st Walk to Washington.
The 80th Annual Walk to Washington Congressional Dinner featured speeches from both.
The annual Walk to Washington. A who's who of politics and business leaders heard a dire warning from Gov. Christie. Measuring the impact of bail reform. It's taking pressure off jails. But the ...
Politicians, lobbyists and business leaders were on the 80th Walk to Washington.
Power hitters on the annual Walk to Washington. Usually dominated by state issues. Not this time. Immigrant workers take a day off to protest the president's immigration order. Allowing a measurement ...
The Chamber of Commerce Walk to Washington lets legislators and business leaders network.
Sen. Sweeney and Asm. Bramnick talked about the state of politics and said they might consider running for governor.
It's New Jersey's most prestigious business event of the year. More than a thousand political and business leaders ride the rails, rub elbows and network. It's the 79th annual "Walk to Washington." ...
The annual Walk to Washington -- 200 miles of networking opportunities. Mayor Baraka sounds off about the sit-in at Newark schools. And the oil train keeps rolling -- over safety complaints and fears.
The annual event brings together many NJ leaders on a train to Washington, D.C.
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Bracken spoke with NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron about the 78th annual Walk to Washington networking event.