Three hundred ninety-one districts around the state will see an increase in direct state aid this year, 171 will see a reduction and 14 will see no change.
As the Senate Budget Committee heard testimony about the proposal, it was hard to escape the idea there is a political component to Sweeney's plan.
On decriminalization, Jersey City Prosecutor Jake Hudnut and state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal meet to define roles.
The funds are being withheld from local governments that have adopted "sanctuary" policies.
Forty-two percent of New Jersey’s greenhouse gas pollution comes from tailpipes.
The debate over marijuana legalization is far from over in Trenton. In the meantime, Jersey City became the first municipality in New Jersey to decriminalize the drug.
The new report on New Jersey’s municipal courts wouldn’t surprise many people who’ve gotten ticketed and ended up before the judge somewhere in Jersey.
New Jersey has had its share of politically active first ladies who have shone a spotlight on important issues, but First Lady Tammy Murphy may be making her mark as much behind the scenes as at the ...
Assemblyman Jamel Holley has put forth a series of amendments to garner support to advance a bill to legalize marijuana statewide. One of the key Democrats leading the charge against legalization, ...
The money in the fall election is going overwhelmingly to the Democrats. All five Republican seats and one Democratic seat are considered in play.
Top New Jersey Democrats strongly condemned President Trump's refusal to denounce Russian interference in the 2016 election. Trump met with Russian president Vladamir Putin Monday in Helsinki and ...
Sens. Booker and Menendez joined with Planned Parenthood in Newark to oppose Brett Kavanaugh's nomination.
President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin shared their remarks in a press conference Monday following a historical meeting in Helsinki between the two leaders.
The Murphy administration hopes to find the savings through an audit that could take up to a year and a half.
The Republican congressional candidate stands by comments he's made on diversity being "crap and un-American" and explains why he shared a post on social media from a white nationalist website.