The Legislature passed a budget Thursday night that Gov. Murphy has said he will veto, setting up a contentious final week of budget negotiations.
House Republicans are still working on a "compromise" immigration bill with the hopes of voting on it next week. But the president wants to hold off until after the midterm elections. ...
Advocates claim officials reportedly have no comprehensive database and no protocols in place to identify and reunite children with parents, some of whom may already have been deported.
Gov. Phil Murphy spent the day huddling with Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin trying to find a compromise.
The Center for Family Services expects to see 300 children pass through their facilities within the next year.
Murphy highlighted why his version of the budget is the best for the state's education.
The bill would allow someone who's already collecting a pension and is then elected to public office to boost their pension based on the new job's salary.
The struggle between the two top Democrats in Trenton is seen now as personal.
Rep. Frank Pallone spoke about the separation of children policy, and his recent visit to an Elizabeth detention center.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says he's passing a budget even though the governor threatened to veto it in its current form.
While Murphy favors a millionaire's tax to raise revenues, the Senate president and Assembly speaker plan to deliver a budget with an increased corporate business tax instead.
Sen. Cory Booker weighs in on immigration, SALT workaround legislation and the state of the Democratic party ahead of midterm elections.
Deep disagreements remain over revenue raisers, sparking the specter of a second government shutdown in as many years.
After spending 22 years in the state Legislature, Reed Gusciora was elected the mayor of Trenton.
It may be a down day for the bookies, but it's the start of a new era for New Jersey as casinos and racetracks took their first legal sports bets.