A new hurdle for Governor Christie's college merger plan.
Gov. Chris Christie refuses to debate Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald (D) on competing tax cut proposals.
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver and Majority Leader Louis Greenwald explain their tax cut plan, as well as comment on other current events.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski calls both New York and New Jersey governors to task for lack of oversight of the agency.
In recent years, more than 20 percent of New Jersey residents who moved out of state went to Pennsylvania.
Senate President Steve Sweeney is not considering the millionaire's tax in his plan because the governor will not approve it. He says he refuses to play political games with Christie.
Political Science and Law Professor Brigid Harrison talks about the death of Rep. Donald Payne, the presidential race and the budget process in New Jersey.
Democrats in the Senate want to determine an income tax cut based on the amount paid in property taxes. Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron provides an overview of the plan.
Senate Budget & Appropriations Chairman Paul Sarlo said he is concerned about the income tax cut because it means a loss of $1 billion in revenue in just two to three years.
Bill Dressel, the Executive Director of the State League of Municipalities, says there are too many unknowns to forecast 2012 revenues for municipalities. First, holiday sales (which are still being ...
Election Notes: Princetons to Become One; Ninety Six Year-Old Dry Spell Comes to An End in Moorestown
The sports betting question was the only statewide ballot question. But there were a couple of local ballot questions that were approved Tuesday which were historic.
Although Governor Chris Christie's name won't appear on the ballot, tomorrow's election is widely expected to be a referendum on his performance.