The Assembly Budget Committee convenes for its first public hearing on the state’s fiscal year 2020 budget.
On Wednesday, Murphy acknowledged the atmosphere surrounding him and Democratic leaders has improved.
Gov. Phil Murphy says he expects to close out the new budget with a surplus of about $1 billion.
Legislative leaders were briefed on the budget Monday afternoon by treasury officials.
At a nearly hour-long off the record sit down with reporters after dinner, the governor gave less, not more, on speculation that a new millionaire's tax is on his agenda and demurred on explaining ...
Assembly Budget Chair Eliana Pintor Marin talks about this year's contentious budget negotiations and how legislators ultimately finalized a budget.
Gov. Phil Murphy is struggling with Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin over how to raise revenues.
Senate President Steve Sweeney announced that Democratic lawmakers aren’t buying the governor’s latest budget compromise. He proposed adding a surcharge on short-term property rentals, and ...
In the letter, Murphy offered three concession and three sweeteners in an effort to reach a compromise on the state budget.
For the second time in a week, Murphy went to a train station to make the case for an increase in funding to NJ Transit in his budget. The governor and legislative leadership have yet to come to an ...
There's still no budget deal five days before the deadline. Assembly leadership stressed their priorities Monday, but Murphy says that the Legislature's budget includes $855 million of "phantom ...
Murphy highlighted why his version of the budget is the best for the state's education.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says he's passing a budget even though the governor threatened to veto it in its current form.
While Murphy favors a millionaire's tax to raise revenues, the Senate president and Assembly speaker plan to deliver a budget with an increased corporate business tax instead.
NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka sat down recently with business correspondent Rhonda Schaffler.