In the letter, Murphy offered three concession and three sweeteners in an effort to reach a compromise on the state budget.
For the second time in a week, Murphy went to a train station to make the case for an increase in funding to NJ Transit in his budget. The governor and legislative leadership have yet to come to an ...
There's still no budget deal five days before the deadline. Assembly leadership stressed their priorities Monday, but Murphy says that the Legislature's budget includes $855 million of "phantom ...
Murphy highlighted why his version of the budget is the best for the state's education.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says he's passing a budget even though the governor threatened to veto it in its current form.
While Murphy favors a millionaire's tax to raise revenues, the Senate president and Assembly speaker plan to deliver a budget with an increased corporate business tax instead.
Deep disagreements remain over revenue raisers, sparking the specter of a second government shutdown in as many years.
Murphy's visit came at a time when he's arm wrestling with legislative leaders over tax hikes.
State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio testified before the Assembly Budget Committee on how the state's revenue figures square with the proposed budget. Muoio said instead of an April surprise, New ...
Senate Budget Committee Chair Paul Sarlo insists all the whispers of a budget impasse are just that.
Of 600 respondents, 70 percent support raising the income tax on households earning $1 million or more a year, while just 24 percent oppose.
And what a long budget season it is shaping up to be.
It’s business as usual for the federal government, as Congress reached agreement on a $1.3 trillion spending bill, averting a shutdown.
Two dozen liberal groups rallied at the State House on Wednesday in support of Murphy's proposed budget.
The liberal think tank New Jersey Policy Perspective has come up with a way for Murphy to raise $2.4 billion, largely by raising the income tax on the state's wealthiest.