Legislative leaders are no closer to a budget deal with less than three weeks to go until a government shutdown.
"It’s time to fix New Jersey in a way that’s going to be meaningful and long-lasting," Sweeney said.
The CWA says Sweeney's plan shifts the costs of health care onto state workers and does not solve the pension funding problem.
New Jersey’s Commissioner of the Department of Children and Families testified that caseworkers and supervisors often face overwhelming stress when investigating cases of abuse and neglect.
The tentative CWA contract agreement includes both raises for workers and millions in health care savings.
Legislative leaders were briefed on the budget Monday afternoon by treasury officials.
In Newark, activists gathered to plan how to lobby Jersey lawmakers to raise New Jersey’s current $8.60 hourly wage to $15, including tipped restaurant servers.
A major recommendation of the Steve Sweeney task force is to cut back again on public pensions. At the headquarters of the CWA in Trenton, that's not going over so well.
Bramnick says Murphy's agenda is extreme and dangerous for the state.
May Day isn’t typically a holiday we celebrate in New Jersey, but for workers it certainly was cause for celebration this year, thanks to Gov. Phil Murphy’s progressive agenda.
New Jersey made national headlines this week, as Gov. Murphy signed legislation that mandates equal pay for equal work.
Guadagno took questions from the press and reacted to Phil Murphy proposals.
Kim Guadagno says Phil Murphy is walking back on campaign promises, calling out his plan to raise taxes by more than a billion dollars. Storms, of the weather kind, are brewing and the state's got big ...
People gathered outside of Rep. Lance's office to call on him to reverse course and not try to repeal and replace ACA.
New law calls for smaller pension payments made at the end of each quarter.