Gov. Christie line-item vetoes several items in the fiscal year 2016 budget.
Ahead of deadline, lawmakers have passed a budget that ballooned to $35 billion. It includes a millionaires tax that even lawmakers expect will be vetoed. New research on how poverty affects the ...
The bills ranged from standardized testing to residency requirements for new cops and firefighters.
The 100-year-old law that governs elections is getting an upgrade; the proposals would make registration easier and voting less cumbersome. A New Jersey law to restrict gun violence is getting a ...
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow domestic violence victims to report firearms that haven't been seized.
Behind the accusations against our senior senator. And what they mean for the state. Colon cancer? Early detection is critical. And New Jersey's first sports championship 20 years out.
Several elected officials say the allegations against Sen. Bob Menendez are far from being proven.
Power talks on property taxes in Trenton. New questions about a new park in Newark. Outrage over a towing tear in Bloomfield. And need a new knee? This robot's just the ticket.
Some say the only way to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund is to raise the gas tax.
Can the governor use pension payments to close the budget gap? We'll tell you what a court said. And we'll tell you what the governor has to say about the Democrats' budget plans. And we'll take you ...
Christie was in a town hall meeting when he mocked the legislature for their answer to the budget issue.
Counting down at the State House. Lawmakers try to beat the budget deadline. Our fluctuating gas prices and the impact of the Iraq crisis. And why some districts are saying no to a school lunch ...
Business leaders gathered at the State House to express their opposition to a proposal.
Closing in on a budget. But can lawmakers avoid the governor's veto? A losing hand. New Jersey suffers a new sports betting loss. And happy birthday to us, the good old Garden State.
The Senate and Assembly budget committees will begin debating the 2015 state budget.