Gov. Phil Murphy signed the “Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act” on Friday at a private ceremony accompanied by chronically ill patients, their families and advocates.
One of this year’s big selling points is that the budget identifies a billion dollars in savings.
The discussions Friday were to inform the business community about the two major topics that may impact their bottom line: legalized recreational marijuana and potential reforms to the state's tax ...
Senate and Assembly committees pass bill to legalize adult-use marijuana.
In an Assembly Appropriations Committee hearing, opponents voiced all sorts of concerns over a bill to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Amid sexual assault allegations against the Supreme Court nominee, the Legislature takes a step to update their sexual harassment policies.
Liquor licenses in New Jersey can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Assemblyman John Burzichelli says his bill would change an old system to make prices affordable for many restaurant owners.
Some say sky-high liquor license prices are holding back business owners and limiting economic growth across the state.
It’s a system that’s been in place since prohibition, and the liquor license laws in New Jersey haven’t changed much since.
Both the Assembly and the Senate unanimously passed an amended bill to regulate and tax sports betting in NJ.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a ban on sports betting as unconstitutional, concluding a decadeslong fight by the state of New Jersey. The ruling opens the floodgates for legal sports betting at ...
A pending Supreme Court decision could strike down the 25-year ban on sports betting outside Nevada.
Lawmakers of both parties wondered why Murphy is still using the old, discredited 2008 formula, and not the one they tinkered with last summer.
Among the major topics of discussion was the state's school funding formula, better funded, says the majority party, but not fully funded.
Despite news from Republicans in Trenton about a healthy surplus, a tax hike feels like it's in the air for tomorrow's budget address.