In the face of a potential change in the Assembly's speakership, some groups call for more diverse leadership.
Assembly Budget Committee Chair Gary Schaer says the state can't afford to keep spending.
Christie talked about Sandy recovery efforts, possible changes to flood insurance and the state’s pension crisis.
The budget proposal eliminates funding for updating flood maps.
New Jersey’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, has been the same level since 1987.
The Congressional Budget Office forecasts 14 million could lose coverage by next year.
The proposed bill would prohibit employers from inquiring about salary history.
The proposed federal budget cuts Medicaid by $600 billion over ten years.
The agency provides financing to projects in New Jersey's most distressed communities.
The ordinance will require any developer who gets a tax abatement to make 15 percent of its units affordable.
Assmebly Speaker Vincent Prieto and several advocates announced a bill that would increase paid leave.
When work begins, Amtrak will provide NJ Transit with daily updates.
For every dollar the state invests in private higher education, $35 is being returned to the economy.
May 25 is National Missing Children’s Day. People are urged to wear green ribbons which stand for hope.
The governor took questions today for an hour and spoke about a variety of topics.