Voters will have to decide whether to approve half a billion dollars in new debt for a broad range of educational priorities.
These sessions in the Senate and the Assembly may have been the quickest ever. Lawmakers came in to pass one bill, which they did it in about one minute in each house before adjourning.
It’s business as usual for the federal government, as Congress reached agreement on a $1.3 trillion spending bill, averting a shutdown.
There are two statewide ballot questions this year that deal with funding for public libraries and money from environmental lawsuits.
Senate President Steve Sweeney discusses his plan for north Jersey casinos, Atlantic City and his pension proposal plan.
Guns and getting rid of mental health records. A compromise is in the works to close a loophole in the vetoed bill. Is this the fix it needs to win approval? A student sit-in. A Princeton dilemma and ...
The governor, talking up his budget and talking down the pollsters. Angry union reaction to Christie’s call for new pension reforms. And the mayor of New Jersey’s capital city kicked out of ...
Leaders of NJ's unions say that members have already compromised with their pensions to help the state.
The chairman of the Port Authority apologizes for the bridge lane closures. Why are some towns seeing new salt when there's so much salt still at sea? And a congressman demands Gov. Christie spend $7 ...
Sen. Paul Sarlo says the record level of debt the state has is troubling.
The former governor, a strong Hillary Clinton supporter, talks Presidential politics.