Formerly moderate Republican Dawn Addiego's defection gives Senate Democrats a 26-14 majority as a battle royal over the budget looms.
Murphy acknowledged commuters’ aggravation, particularly their concern that he might fix NJ Transit’s ongoing budget woes, in part, by raising fares.
Some of the Legislatures priorities saw a vote in the Assembly and the Senate, but some major priorities will have to wait until 2019.
The audit points out what every rail-rider already knows: NJ Transit’s cash-starved and poorly-run, infuriatingly inept at communicating with commuters and lacking strategic vision.
The state suspended enforcement of the new set of rules after bipartisan condemnation.
These sessions in the Senate and the Assembly may have been the quickest ever. Lawmakers came in to pass one bill, which they did it in about one minute in each house before adjourning.
Lawmakers today chastised transportation officials for moving too slowly to fix looming crises like critical staff shortages and for failing to properly alert commuters about cancellations and ...
Minority Leader Sen. Tom Kean Jr. wants to lift the residency requirement for NJ Transit engineers to alleviate the staff shortage that has plagued the agency.
The struggle between the two top Democrats in Trenton is seen now as personal.
The new law will enable towns to reclassify property tax payments as charitable contributions by setting up specific charitable funds.
Despite news from Republicans in Trenton about a healthy surplus, a tax hike feels like it's in the air for tomorrow's budget address.
Murphy ordered a top to bottom audit of NJ Transit, which has been the target of ire from customers and lawmakers for years.
Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean and Assemblyman John Burzichelli say history will be the judge of Gov. Christie's legacy.
The top legislative leaders said that eliminating the state and local tax deductions would deeply impact the state of New Jersey.
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.