For workers who depend on government benefits, higher wages could be a double-edged sword that shreds their safety net.
Nicholas Amato says that New Jersey handle for this year's Super Bowl will be bigger than Nevada's. He also talks about creating bigger and better opportunities to keep New Jersey competitive as other ...
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Under the new bill, the agencies that regulate the park would be prohibited from considering any commercialized development other than small-scale activities.
Companies are getting ready for a New Jersey cannabis industry and are embracing the challenges of marketing within the state's restrictions.
At a diner in South Amboy, the governor, Assembly speaker, and Senate president touted their deal to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
According to a NJ Spotlight report, while it's not a huge number, more people are moving out of New Jersey than are moving in.
The New Jersey Planning Conference is a chance for planners and politicians to look ahead on projects at the federal, state and local levels.
Atlantic City is taking a few steps forward in compliance with state directives.
As employers plead with lawmakers about the harmful consequences of the proposed $15 minimum wage bill, workers appealed to the financial security the legislation would provide them.
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.
Noncompliance with local hiring requirements for tax incentives hasn't always cost developers in Jersey City -- until now.
Murphy offers five new initiatives to revise or replace soon-to-expire tax incentive programs.
Recycling facilities are now left to rely on homeowners to follow recycling rules for curbside pickup so they can ship out a product that follows new restrictions on plastics.