A pending Supreme Court decision could strike down the 25-year ban on sports betting outside Nevada.
There was an air of celebration as Gov. Murphy prepared to sign a bill granting financial aid at state colleges and universities to unauthorized immigrants.
New Jersey’s Acting Secretary for Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis praised the governor’s plan of tuition-free community college to the Assembly Budget Committee.
Last month Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order binding the state to share gun incident data with the public monthly and quarterly.
Bramnick says Murphy's agenda is extreme and dangerous for the state.
Lawmakers slashed funding for homestead rebates during last year’s bitter budget battle and government shutdown, slapping a de facto tax hike on 600,000 New Jersey homeowners, most of them seniors.
Three mayoral races to watch tomorrow center on Bayonne, Paterson and Newark.
Gov. Murphy continues his campaign to address gun violence. Wednesday he endorsed six gun bills awaiting action in the state senate, and named Bill Castner as senior advisor to governor on firearms.
The new law will enable towns to reclassify property tax payments as charitable contributions by setting up specific charitable funds.
At a news conference on legislation meant to lower the cost of prescription drugs, Sen. Bob Menendez responded to last week's harsh rebuke from the Senate Ethics Committee.
Bitterness lingers, and after two-plus generations under state control, kids struggle. PARCC test scores remain low, but graduation rates have nearly doubled since 2009.
Murphy's missteps have drown out early successes.
Regina Egea, Gov. Chris Christie's third chief of staff, founded Garden State Initiatives, a self described "free-market research" and "educational organization."
New Jersey Prophetic Agenda says its members already are working with lawmakers and they have faith it will lead to change.
Progressives count victories, but can their agenda survive the budget battle?