St. James Church in Newark was rocking Wednesday morning in anticipation of Gov. Phil Murphy’s visit, where Murphy and his progressive agenda are popular.
May Day isn’t typically a holiday we celebrate in New Jersey, but for workers it certainly was cause for celebration this year, thanks to Gov. Phil Murphy’s progressive agenda.
Progressives count victories, but can their agenda survive the budget battle?
Despite Thursday's relatively easy votes, the difficult budget process still looms, and relations between the leadership of the majority party and the executive branch remain on edge.
The state’s business community, once staunchly against mandating paid sick leave, is now working with the bill's sponsor, Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt, on a rewrite.
Steve Fulop signed an executive order raising the minimum wage for government employees to $15 an hour.
Two burning questions posed by Christie's bombshell Trump endorsement. Will he get mainstream Republicans to fall in line? And will his commitment to Trump dilute his commitment to New Jersey. ...
Nine towns have passed ordinances to have paid sick leave laws. 1.2 million New Jersey residents do not have paid sick days. Despite push back from businesses that say it would hurt their bottom line, ...
High stakes in Next Tuesday's election. On the Ballot: Funding worker's pensions and transportation, but polls show most people don't know
who represents them in Trenton now, who's running or on what ...
The Pope calls for action now to save the planet and its people, especially those most vulnerable to the effects of climate change -- the poor. They kill twice as many people as die in traffic ...
The bill would require businesses to participate in state-run 401K type retirement plans.
Budget committee hearings give way to allegations of discrimination in the National Guard. At the governor's suggestion, debating pension reform. And paid sick leave laws get a checkup.
A Rutgers Eagleton study found that instituting paid sick days didn't negatively impact businesses.
The morning after the State of the Union -- still red and blue. Boosting the state's middle class. Our bridges: cross at your own risk. Burning illegal imports. And brace for it -- snow!
Democrats praised Obama's speech while Republicans said it was a missed opportunity.