Murphy lamented losing the battle to include a millionaire's tax in the FY 2020 budget.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Sunday signed a $38.7 billion budget without a millionaire's tax, ending tense negotiations with top Democrats and staving off a government shutdown.
There are key disagreements between the two sides on how revenue would be raised and where it would be spent.
With nine days left in the budget deadline, the governor says all options remain on the table. But at this point, no new meetings are scheduled.
Murphy says tax fairness is more than just about the millionaire's tax.
Murphy sent a letter to state legislators marking his stance on their budget. Sweeney fired back in his own letter.
Murphy signaled Wednesday that he'd delete spending from the budget that he says rely on unrealistic and unsustainable revenue projections.
Flanked by union bosses from across New Jersey, Murphy promised a reckoning as he berated Democrats in the Legislature for introducing their own budget -- one that lacks the millionaire’s tax Murphy ...
Democrats intend to pass their budget on Thursday and send it to the governor, which would give him about ten days to decide what to do.
The coalition wants Pallone, who is chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, to co-sponsor HR 1384, the Medicare for All Act.
Legislative leaders are no closer to a budget deal with less than three weeks to go until a government shutdown.
Supporters of Gov. Phil Murphy's millionaire's tax rallied in its favor Monday, even as political momentum for the proposal continues to slow in Trenton.
A coalition of faith-based leaders gathered to support of Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed millionaire’s tax increase on moral grounds.
Budget negotiations over a millionaire’s tax are growing more heated. The governor says without it he won’t be able to boost funding for programs like preschool.
The state Health Department is seeking applicants to operate as many as 108 new medical marijuana businesses.