Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg is optimistic that a property tax cut will be part of the new budget.
They may be talking tough, and it may be getting late, but lawmakers say they can get a budget deal done before the end of the fiscal year on June 30.
The State House was buzzing over Gov. Chris Christie's unexpected tirade against OLS Chief Budget Officer David Rosen and Democrats were quick to spring to Rosen's defense.
Sen. Loretta Weinberg thinks the Marriage Equality Bill will be able to survive a veto.
Leaders of New Jersey’s Korean American community are not happy about the rejection of state Supreme Court nominee Phillip Kwon.
Gov. Chris Christie has planned a trip to the two countries in what his office has called "Jersey to Jerusalem."
They say Gov. Christie's focus should be on property tax relief instead of an income tax cut.
State Sen. Loretta Weinberg says women's ability to make health decisions are being undermined.
State Senator Loretta Weinberg is confident that Democrats will have enough votes in the Senate and the Assembly to pass Marriage Equality legislation.
Speaker Sheila Oliver, one of the bill's sponsors, compared the right of same-sex couples to marry to civil rights issues.
The state Council on Local Mandates Friday struck down New Jersey’s anti-bullying law, declaring it represents an unfunded mandate on school districts and local governments.
Democratic leaders said they disagree with Christie's proposal for a 10 percent income tax cut.
Senator Loretta Weinberg touched on a wide-range of topics including Chris Christie, his push to amend judges’ salaries, re-election, and the controversy involving MF Global.
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