NJ Today Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses the $32.9 billion spending plan for Fiscal 2014.
Republican Strategist Roger Bodman and David Rousseau, a Budget and Tax Analyst for NJ Public Policy Perspective and former State Treasurer, dissect Gov. Christie's Budget 2014 address,
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Sen. Barbara Buono says her vision for New Jersey is resonating with voters.
The agreement will be a net positive for the city of about $50 million over the next 25 years, according to Newark's business administrator.
VIDEO: Sheila Oliver, Lou Greenwald and Vincent Prieto react to Christie's 2014 budget address.
VIDEO and TRANSCRIPT: Gov. Chris Christie delivered his 2014 budget address at the Statehouse in Trenton Tuesday.
WATCH ONLINE: NJTV's broadcast of Gov. Chris Christie's State Budget Address and the Democratic response.
Gov. Chris Christie will deliver his budget address Tuesday, which has many speculating about what the state's financial situation will be.
Asm. Declan O'Scanlon (R-13) says the administration has been deadly accurate over the past three years' budgets, and believes this year's budget will be manageable.
Vin Gopal says once New Jersey voters learn about Barbara Buono and her platform, they will elect her as next governor of New Jersey over Chris Christie.
As far as Congressman Scott Garrett (R-5) is concerned, the sequester can absolutely be avoided if only President Obama would get of the campaign trail and return to Washington, D.C. to work with ...
Twenty bills were before the Assembly to tighten gun restrictions in New Jersey. While some say the measures are necessary for safety, others say the legislation isn't needed since the state already ...
Sea Bright Mayor Dina Long publicly announced her support for Gov. Chris Christie in his bid for reelection.
Assemblyman Ralph Caputo, who is a former casino executive, says Revel wasn't marketed properly and that Atlantic City needs to find ways to bring new markets in to improve profits. He also believes ...
As the national debate on guns continues to rage, when it comes to gun rights here in New Jersey, there may not be a stronger advocate than Assemblywoman Alison McHose (R-24).