Lawmakers slashed funding for homestead rebates during last year’s bitter budget battle and government shutdown, slapping a de facto tax hike on 600,000 New Jersey homeowners, most of them seniors.
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.
Deignan says the state has to pay for the investments it wants, while O'Scanlon says the state can't afford to fund those priorities.
For a huddle of Monmouth County mayors, it probably feels like throwing a Hail Mary pass. But their residents pay such back-breaking property taxes, they’re willing to try.
Gov. Christie signed an executive order to help New Jersey taxpayers.
If Republicans in Congress thought repealing Obamacare was difficult, passing tax reform could be just as hard.
Gov. Christie shows up to talk New Jersey Transit. And ends up weighing in on Washington intrigue. The Republicans running to replace him are putting distance between the governor and themselves. ...
Executive Director of the state's Republican Party Pete Sheridan sounds off on Republican gubernatorial candidates.
The conservative research group Tax Foundation looked at five tax categories with over 100 factors weighed for each.
Obama calls out Governors for inciting fear of those seeking refuge here after Christie says he'll close our borders to Syrian refugees. Caught in the verbal crossfire is a Syrian family. The parents ...
They discuss factors that could have affected the outcome of Assembly races.
NJ Decided and the results are in. The fewest voters ever to turn out gave Democrats their largest majority in 36 years. But is it a veto-proof majority? And what does it portend for Christie's ...
A final blow for the underused Izod Center. The vacant Hoffmann-La Roche tract's reincarnated as a medical school. Atlantic City's coming back. And help for addiction's a single phone call away.
Congressman Bill Pascrell says New Jersey's economy should be doing a lot better than it is and the next governor is going to have to work to improve it.
When Hurricane Sandy struck the Jersey coast, few places took a harder hit than Sea Bright. Officials there have been trying to rebuild their town and generate revenue without exceeding the 2 percent ...