The Senate passed the so-called dark money bill 31-0. The ball is now in Speaker Coughlin's court. However, the ACLU says if this bill becomes law, it may file suit for infringing on the right of ...
It was a busy voting day at the State House Thursday where several bills moved one step closer towards becoming law.
An embarrassment was narrowly averted when Senate President Steve Sweeney abandoned an effort to execute a first-ever override of fellow Democrat, Gov. Phil Murphy.
As of Wednesday evening, a state police ban on commercial trucks on major interstates was still in effect.
A leading progressive voice in New Jersey, Analilia Mejia will join Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign as its national political director.
Murphy declared the emergency late Tuesday and it took effect at 5 a.m. Wednesday.
Sources say hurdles have been cleared, but critics say there's more work to do.
New Jersey's paid family leave is doubling from six to 12 weeks and increasing the amount people will bring home under a new law Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy signed Tuesday.
Protesters rallied across the country and in New Jersey to condemn President Trump's national emergency declaration on Friday. The declaration circumvents Congress and uses money appropriated ...
Critics say the state should live within its means by reforming health care and pensions instead of selling assets.
New Jersey is already scrounging for extra income as it confronts next year’s budget. Expect lawmakers to tangle over the wisdom of offering giant corporate tax breaks.
Workers can't sue NJ Transit under the federal law that’s protected railroad workers across the US since 1905 because the agency now claims it’s immune to those lawsuits for injuries and damages.
The mayor of Newark and nearly 30 other city employees may be on track to become among the highest paid municipal workers in the state.
The company said it doesn't plan to look for another location at this time, but that hasn't stopped New Jersey officials from reminding Amazon the state is open for business.
Only 36 percent of New Jersey residents polled think he would do a good job as president.