The proposal increases the minimum wage to $10 an hour in July and increases to $11 by 2020, with a $1 a year increase until 2024. The wages of agricultural workers were a sticking point between ...
A deal on the long negotiated minimum wage bill that would affect over 1 million workers has been reached.
The agreement comes after months of negotiations between the state's top legislative leaders.
The speech covered a lot of territory. Whether it moved the needle on Murphy’s relationship with Sweeney, we’ll have to wait and see.
Murphy offers five new initiatives to revise or replace soon-to-expire tax incentive programs.
In his first year in office, the governor's victories were often overshadowed by his tense relationship with the Senate president.
Gov. Phil Murphy put off a much-anticipated meeting with legislative leaders in favor of a sit down with preschoolers where he announced the release of a second round of funding for full-day ...
As the state spent billions to spur job growth and attract new businesses, a new audit suggests New Jersey has yet to see a return on that investment. Worse yet, there’s been little monitoring to ...
Politicians benefit from 501(c)4 affiliations, but where's the money coming from?
The undercurrent to legislation carried over from 2018 is the still-dicey dynamic between the governor and Sweeney, which they still insist is a figment of our collective imagination.
The Democratic governor and Democratic lawmakers are sparring not over whether there should be a $15 minimum wage, but how long it should take to be phased in.
Most of 2018 proved to be a year of fits and starts with a few early victories overshadowed by failures to complete Murphy's biggest campaign promises.
For this fiscal year, Gov. Phil Murphy and the Legislature raised taxes by $1.4 billion, and many legislative leaders are opposed to raising them again.
According to a list obtained by NJTV News, there are 72 gubernatorial nominees currently awaiting confirmation hearings in the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Murphy acknowledged commuters’ aggravation, particularly their concern that he might fix NJ Transit’s ongoing budget woes, in part, by raising fares.