New poll numbers for Christie and Buono. The Senate president takes aim at his Republican counterpart. Business groups warn voters about raising the minimum wage. And New Jersey’s newest boxing ...
Voters will decide this November if the minimum wage in New Jersey will increase. Supporters say the rate hike would help low-wage workers make ends meet, but opponents have their doubts. President of ...
Women groups make a plea for earned sick pay. Gov. Christie signs gun control measures. And Ocean County business are surviving but not thriving.
A bill is currently being considered that would require all employers in New Jersey to let workers earn paid sick days. Women's groups say females are more likely to be affected by lack of sick pay.
Mounting fears in New Jersey’s Egyptian community as the crisis in Cairo turns deadly. Plus, Cory Booker loses a court battle. Good news about jobs. And bringing a horse race to the beach.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association President Philip Kirschner says steady economic gains have improved confidence.
A big storm moves through the Garden State. We’ve seen flooding, roads closed, and some power outages, and a lot more rain could be in the forecast.
It's a tradition that goes back to 1969, the two gubernatorial candidates making their first joint appearance at the New Jersey Business and Industry Association's annual dinner one week after the ...
New Jersey Business Industry Association President Philip Kirschner says his organization's survey has found greater business confidence in the state. He predicts a greater rebound in 2013 than 2012.
Lawmakers are discussing the possibility of an increase to New Jersey's minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $8.50. Some say it will hurt businesses while others say it will improve the state's ...
New Jersey politicos turned out in full force at Rutgers this morning to support the higher education bond issue.
Tthe embattled Mayor of Trenton in handcuffs.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association President Philip Kirschner says his organization favors a tax cut but opposes loopholes to the 2 percent property tax cut and an increase in minimum wage.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association First Vice President David Brogan says a millionaires tax would be a tax on business and hurt the state's economy.
With lawmakers and media members roaming the halls all day, the State House offers great exposure for the 28 New Jersey manufacturing companies participating in 'Made in New Jersey Day.'