"It’s time to fix New Jersey in a way that’s going to be meaningful and long-lasting," Sweeney said.
GSI President Regina Egea asked if and how New Jersey could reverse three uncomfortable truths about its economy and business climate.
In Senate budget hearings, New Jersey Attorney General Grewal answered questions from legislators.
The state treasurer went before the Senate Budget Committee to defend Gov. Murphy's spending plan. Some legislators like the savings but aren't hot on the taxes.
Voters will have to decide whether to approve half a billion dollars in new debt for a broad range of educational priorities.
With the state already $46 billion in debt, will voters approve putting the state another billion dollars in the hole to fund education initiatives?
Of 600 respondents, 70 percent support raising the income tax on households earning $1 million or more a year, while just 24 percent oppose.
Regina Egea, Gov. Chris Christie's third chief of staff, founded Garden State Initiatives, a self described "free-market research" and "educational organization."
The president of the Board of Public Utilities says it can order utilities to follow certain procedures and protocols, and that may happen in the wake of these two storms.
Senate President Steve Sweeney has been trying to pass a version of a nuclear subsidy bill since December, but on Monday Democrats decided to hold it for a rework.
Amid talk about how the new federal tax law might impact New Jersey, a high-level working group has been set up to take a big picture view of taxes in the state.
Some legislators want to spend the money on reducing diesel emissions and adding more charging stations.
A fight over what's fair. School funding reform may be caught in legislative cross fire. Republicans bucking a democratic deal. Should employment benefits belong to companies that offer them, or ...
Representatives from Legal Services of New Jersey, The Arc of New Jersey, Sierra Club and NJEA asked senators for more state funding.
Hearing citizens out. On funding for schools, pensions and worthy projects. Is there enough in the budget to go around? Eastside High basketball's paying a high price for recruiting and allegedly ...