Critics say the state should live within its means by reforming health care and pensions instead of selling assets.
Formerly moderate Republican Dawn Addiego's defection gives Senate Democrats a 26-14 majority as a battle royal over the budget looms.
Politicians benefit from 501(c)4 affiliations, but where's the money coming from?
The undercurrent to legislation carried over from 2018 is the still-dicey dynamic between the governor and Sweeney, which they still insist is a figment of our collective imagination.
For this fiscal year, Gov. Phil Murphy and the Legislature raised taxes by $1.4 billion, and many legislative leaders are opposed to raising them again.
Legislative leadership pulled the controversial redistricting bill after considerable backlash from both sides of the aisle. Critics said it undermined democratic values and institutions.
In a blue state like Jersey, the bill's proposed changes to the Reapportionment Council could yield a significant advantage for Democrats to control more than half the districts.
Voters would need to approve a plan to redesign the commission that redraws the state's 40 legislative districts.
The Legislature gave the green light for the special committee Monday and granted subpoena power for the investigation, passing resolutions in both chambers.
A bipartisan select committee on investigation will examine a sexual assault allegation against a Murphy staffer and government hiring practices.
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick introduced a bill Tuesday that would ban mandated pre-approvals for tests, treatments and prescriptions normally covered by medical insurers.
The anger in Trenton is palpable after a report details the failure of the Murphy administration to investigate an alleged sexual assault.
Senate President Steve Sweeney wants more information on allegations of sexual misconduct against former Murphy administration staffer Albert Alvarez before he orders legislative hearings into hiring ...
These sessions in the Senate and the Assembly may have been the quickest ever. Lawmakers came in to pass one bill, which they did it in about one minute in each house before adjourning.
Lawmakers today chastised transportation officials for moving too slowly to fix looming crises like critical staff shortages and for failing to properly alert commuters about cancellations and ...