Delgado-Polanco has called the personnel changes a “restructuring” that she felt was needed to fulfill the agency’s mission. But it sparked a political firestorm.
Budget hearings continue through April and part of May.
The state treasurer went before the Senate Budget Committee to defend Gov. Murphy's spending plan. Some legislators like the savings but aren't hot on the taxes.
While Gateway primarily promotes building a new Hudson train tunnel, it might use the method of racking cables to buy some time and prolong the old tunnel’s life span.
The Department of Health said the state will need 50 to 90 of the centers in the next three years to keep up with the sharp growth in the number of people using marijuana for medical purposes.
New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney says the state should make companies pay refunds plus penalties if they cheat on their tax incentive applications.
Gibson served four terms as Newark mayor, from 1970 to 1986, and was the first black man to lead a major Northeast city.
One of this year’s big selling points is that the budget identifies a billion dollars in savings.
The state’s foreclosure rate remains the worst in the nation. In many cases, it's unclear who is responsible for the properties. Legislation has been introduced to help create transparency and ...
Assemblywoman Shavonda Sumpter discusses a package of measures aimed at reversing maternal mortality rates in New Jersey.
Sweeney’s proposal, a major pillar of his so-called Pathways to Progress plan to cut state spending, resonated with a room of educators who face rising costs and, in many cases, decreased state aid.
Legislative leaders have packaged the bills together in the hopes that support for medical expansion will bring in some more "yes" votes for recreational weed.
Gov. Phil Murphy appointed a task force by executive order in January to investigate New Jersey’s tax incentive programs as administered by the EDA.
Advocates for fair school funding thanked lawmakers for mapping out a plan for full funding and then expressed offense.
Newark’s young men of color face major challenges in education, health and safety.