Rev. Levi Combs is leading a new coalition of community organizations in Camden called Grassroots.
Task force members say they probably won’t meet again until the fall which means the EDA controversy has plenty of time to play itself out.
The political battle over a bill that extends controversial New Jersey corporate tax credit programs is ongoing.
New Jersey lawmakers have passed a six-month extension of the state's expiring business tax credits despite a report this week questioning the incentive program.
Lax oversight and shady applications have cost taxpayers hundreds of millions.
After hours of arguments, the presiding Judge Mary Jacobson sided with the Murphy administration and did not grant an injunction.
With a June 30 deadline around the corner, lawmakers took testimony on bills to extend the controversial Grow NJ tax incentive program. But the governor, who wants a new program altogether, has ...
Camden's mayor and residents say state tax incentives have worked in Camden and need to continue.
A coalition of faith-based leaders gathered to support of Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed millionaire’s tax increase on moral grounds.
The governor's policy address is the latest salvo in a bitter battle over the state's tax incentive programs.
While shore folks eagerly anticipate a trouble-free tourist season, Trenton’s budget season’s already fraught. One sore point is an ad, produced by the dark money group, New Direction New Jersey.
Murphy hired attorney Ted Wells, who charges $395 an hour.
Hard core budget negotiations will begin in a political atmosphere supercharged with mistrust. And that’s just among the Democrats.
The first-term governor is taking on a long-established South Jersey power broker.
Supporters say tax incentives have saved what was once the most dangerous city in America.