Assemblyman Jon Bramnick says separating police and fire pensions from all other pensions poses a risk for taxpayers.
In just over three weeks since the inauguration, there are signs of tension between the newly installed governor and the long-established Senate president.
A bill that would protect patients from surprise out-of-pocket medical expenses got a hearing, but the controversial nuclear subsidy bill was pulled from consideration.
Bramnick kicks off the "Rally the Reasonable" tour by distancing his party from the Trump administration.
The top legislative leaders said that eliminating the state and local tax deductions would deeply impact the state of New Jersey.
Following tradition after the election, legislators on both sides of the aisle caucused Thursday morning to choose next year’s leadership with one glaring exception.
Some Democrats are worried about complacency with one week left in the governor's race.
Christie's Port Authority chairman pick has support, even from top Democrats.
How long will Gov. Christie's recent Port Authority appointee serve with a new governor sworn in in five months. Transparency. The state is demanding more of it from hospitals. Why some say it's ...
Bills to ban governor advance to Senate.
Preserving Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst. Could senators find compromise on defense that they couldn't reach on health care. Voting on back pay for government workers shut out during the shutdown. ...
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick proposed fining senate and assembly members $250 a day.
Does the state have enough water to handle a growing population, aging infrastructure and emergencies? Can owners of state subsidized apartments be fined for delivering sub-standard housing? ...
Legislative leadership worked together to draft and pass Horizon legislation and the state budget.
Day two in Trenton during the government shutdown progressed much the same way as day one.