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.
A look at how the state generates revenue and what changes to tax policy will mean for the budget.
NJ Spotlight budget and finance writer John Reitmeyer says it remains to be seen if the Legislature will uphold the tax increases Gov. Murphy is calling for.
The humanitarian crisis at the border hits New Jersey. U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez joins us to tackle the influx of children flooding the courts. Also, should undocumented students get state aid for ...
Sweeney spoke out against Christie's decision of line item vetoes on the state budget.
Midnight deadline. The governor and lawmakers running out of time make their legislative moves. Newark's embattled school superintendent gets a new contract. We get reaction. And we've got sharks.
Say goodbye to the Showboat. Another Atlantic City casino says it's closing. Airing their differences. You'll hear from key figures in the budget battle. And one county's strategy to reduce ...
Lawmakers from both parties say debating and passing the state budget is a healthy exercise.
Protecting pensions by raising taxes. Lawmakers and the governor on a collision course. Hello summer, goodbye Tony Mack. Trenton's former mayor heads to prison. And why did Jersey City's new mayor ...
The plan, which the Senate and Assembly approved, includes a full pension payment.
Can the governor use pension payments to close the budget gap? We'll tell you what a court said. And we'll tell you what the governor has to say about the Democrats' budget plans. And we'll take you ...
Christie was in a town hall meeting when he mocked the legislature for their answer to the budget issue.
S&P Managing Director of Public Finance Ratings Robin Prunty says New Jersey isn't at the bottom of the list, but it has a lower than average funded pension system.
Closing in on a budget. But can lawmakers avoid the governor's veto? A losing hand. New Jersey suffers a new sports betting loss. And happy birthday to us, the good old Garden State.
The Senate and Assembly budget committees will begin debating the 2015 state budget.