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.
Residents say the EDA tax incentive program has helped developers but done little for locals.
Altman has strong criticisms of the state's Democratic Party and says she supports that Working Families is willing to hold both parties accountable.
Gov. Phil Murphy found a friendly crowd at the left-leaning New Jersey Policy Perspective annual conference.
Bad blood boils over as Murphy, South Jersey tensions heighten, threatening Trenton gridlock.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron speaks with Carl Golden of the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University about the political ramifications of the EDA's tax ...
NJ Spotlight's John Reitmeyer drills down the data on what the projects promised, what they've provided and what the state got in return.
A bombshell investigation by WNYC and ProPublica has prompted intense scrutiny of the process by which tax incentives were approved in Camden.
The task force's second hearing features whistle blower and former EDA executives.
Quinn has been tapped to lead the embattled agency into an uncertain future.
The Schools Development Authority has a history of troubling activities that predate the current controversy.
Former Gov. Chris Christie slammed the job Murphy's doing as governor, including how he's handled the Economic Development Authority.
Murphy’s budget proposal to expand pre-K would add $68 million to the program in order to reach more communities.
The board is facing pressure after charges of corruption and waste in tax credit programs.