Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11) supports Mitt Romney for president but says he agrees with certain portions of the Affordable Health Care Act, though he voted against the measure.
Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy sees Moody's upgrade of the city from negative to positive as a great sign.
Congressman Jon Runyan says without Medicare reform, the system will start to dismantle itself in eight to 10 years.
Senate President Stephen Sweeney says minimum wage workers in New Jersey deserve an increase in pay, which will benefit the economy as a whole. He also says the use of NFL replacement referees is ...
City council members are considering a resolution to ask the governor to declare a state of emergency, which could give Paterson additional state aid. Christie has said he won't provide additional ...
Rep. Albio Sires worries that the Republicans will make Amtrak disappear if they gain political control in the November election.
Gov. Chris Christie says he is taking the right steps to improve the state while Democrats are just playing politics in their actions.
Sen. Paul Sarlo says he hopes Gov. Chris Christie's revenue projections turn out to be correct, but if the economy continues to be sluggish by the new year, officials will be talking about budget cuts ...
Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon says when Democrats use poor revenue numbers to criticize the governor, it makes New Jersey look bad.
Asm. Fuentes Calls News That Camden is Poorest City ‘Devastating,’ Promotes Hispanic Leadership Summit
Assemblyman Angel Fuentes, former Camden city council president, says Camden, found to be the poorest city in the U.S., needs help from the state and federal government.
The latest job numbers from two different surveys are conflicting, causing some to praise New Jersey's progress and others to criticize lack of growth.
Much of the media expecting the governor to address the fact that state tax revenue collections are still far below the administration’s estimates. But that didn’t happen.
Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff sent a letter to Committee Chairman Vincent Prieto informing him that he wouldn't be attending.
Former governor responds to news that Standard & Poor's downgraded NJ's credit outlook to negative.
Asm. Jon Burzichelli (D-3) said an ongoing examination of revenue coming into the state is necessary as revenue numbers fall short of projections made by the Christie administration.