St. James Church in Newark was rocking Wednesday morning in anticipation of Gov. Phil Murphy’s visit, where Murphy and his progressive agenda are popular.
Coughlin, speaking at the Southern New Jersey Development Council's Public Policy Breakfast, gave a quick update on the legislative agenda for the remainder of this year and into next.
Smaller workshops at the conference focused on things like police-community relations and the state's aging infrastructure.
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.
New Jersey’s law will allow women to request salary information from employers and sue for six years’ back pay, plus triple damages, if discrimination is uncovered.
From DACA to equal pay, Sweeney moves Democratic agenda items through the state Senate.
Both the Senate and Assembly will hold a full voting session next week where the direction of this legislative session will take shape.
Our new governor has only been in office for a few days, but already Phil Murphy is taking several actions that will impact workers and businesses in New Jersey.
Murphy's first action as governor was signing an executive order on pay equity for women, signaling the fighting to end gender discrimination as a top priority.
Finger pointing but pursuing "what's next" after the big fail to repeal and replace Obamacare. A benefit to raising the gas tax last fall -- money by the millions to start work on road and bridge ...
She's a Republican known for working for what's best for the public rather than what's best for the Republican Party.
Closing the gender pay gap. A call to override the governor's veto of an equal pay bill he says would be bad for business. A light at the end of the Gateway Program. All stakeholders agree a new ...
Women working full-time in New Jersey earn 80 cents to every man's dollar.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle has introduced legislation that would provide women with equal pay for equal work. New Jersey women, on average, make about 80 cents for every dollar a man makes.