A top priority for the new administration. At their first joint news conference, the incoming governor, the incoming Assembly speaker and the Senate president call for a minimum wage for $15. A new ...
The two legislative leaders for next year and the governor-elect are completely on board for a $15 minimum wage.
The incoming chief executive used broad strokes to outline an agenda just about 180 degrees in the other direction from the current governor.
The top legislative leaders said that eliminating the state and local tax deductions would deeply impact the state of New Jersey.
The NJEA has confirmed that all of the roughly $5.7 million in independent expenditures the teacher's union spent on legislative races this year came from membership dues, not from voluntary donations ...
There will be a new speaker in town as Trenton lawmakers reorganize for the next legislative session. The NJEA came out again. But, now that Senate President Steve Sweeney won, what does this mean for ...
Following tradition after the election, legislators on both sides of the aisle caucused Thursday morning to choose next year’s leadership with one glaring exception.
After spending $4.5 million to oust Senate President Steve Sweeney in favor of a Republican challenger, the state's largest teachers union says they're willing to work with him.
New Jersey will now be one of eight so-called “trifecta” states, where Democrats control both houses of the Legislature and the governor’s office.
NJTV News will be providing continuous livestreams of key campaign headquarters around the Garden State.
Between the primary and general election, election spending has already topped out over $40 million, which is more than the last gubernatorial race in 2013.
The American Federation of Teachers has endorsed Senate President Steve Sweeney, who faces a Republican opponent backed by the state's largest teacher's union.
The organization recognizes the tough fight, but says they're tired of rising costs and betrayal by the Senate president.
NJ Spotlight's John Mooney discusses the state of public education in New Jersey and how the upcoming gubernatorial election could impact funding, PARCC and charter schools.
Senate president says Murphy is his guy, despite a previous interest in running for governor.