Advocates for fair school funding thanked lawmakers for mapping out a plan for full funding and then expressed offense.
Private sector businesses with 25 or more employees will now be required to set up a retirement savings program if they don’t already offer one.
Murphy addressed the South Jersey business community and touted his self-declared pro-growth, progressive agenda.
People came seeking more state funding, but only got three minutes to make their case before the Assembly Budget Committee.
Schools across the country are incorporating marijuana into the curriculum. In New Jersey Stockton University introduced a new cannabis studies minor in the fall of 2018.
According to Mayor Reed Gusciora, more than 50 percent of the city's property is tax exempt, including about a third that's state government occupied, leaving Trenton out some $45 million in tax ...
The Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant has been a fixture in Lacey Township for nearly five decades. The plant went online in 1969 and produced enough energy for 600,000 homes in New Jersey. But that all came ...
The discussions Friday were to inform the business community about the two major topics that may impact their bottom line: legalized recreational marijuana and potential reforms to the state's tax ...
Several Democrats courted by Murphy are still reluctant to jump the fence.
The New Jersey Film Tax Credit was reinstated by Gov. Phil Murphy in 2018. It's now booming with a new element: a tax credit to incentivize diversity.
The Assembly Budget Committee convenes for its first public hearing on the state’s fiscal year 2020 budget.
A new report finds immigrants, who make up 22 percent of the state's population, own 47 percent of main street businesses. Advocates say immigrants look to open businesses because racism and language ...
For a company to qualify for Grow NJ tax incentives, it must meet certain standards for job creation and minimum company investments. But as a distressed city, Camden is held to lower standards.
The governor says more cleanups of smaller sites will produce better results across the state.
Business groups painted a grim picture for lawmakers during an open-ended committee hearing on strategies to grow the state economy and redesign its corporate tax break program.