Because the budget wasn't negotiated with Christie, Sen. Stephen Sweeney said Gov. Chris Christie will likely line item veto parts of the state spending plan like he did last year.
NJTV’s Special Report coverage anchored by NJ Today’s Managing Editor Mike Schneider, with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron reporting from the Statehouse.
Democratic Strategist Brendan Gill and Republican Strategist Dale Florio talk about the budget process and activities before the June 30 deadline.
The Assembly was in session Thursday, with committees moving bills to the floor and Assembly members staking out positions and making changes to the state budget.
Gov. Christie hates the millionaire's tax, and all five Republicans on the committee voted against it. But the eight Democrats voted for the surcharge, as they call it.
At a town hall meeting in Cedar Grove, the governor said New Jerseyans deserve a tax cut, chiding Democratic lawmakers for pushing a delay.
Sen. Jennifer Beck (R-11) says Democrats and Republicans are making progress toward approving a state budget before the June 30 deadline to avoid a government shutdown, though she said a tax cut is ...
The Senate Budget Committee met today on a host of issues, but the budget itself was not among them.
Amy Gottlieb, director of the American Friends Service Committee, likes the idea that the government will offer law-abiding undocumented immigrants under 30 the chance to apply for work visas.
If the governor and legislature can't agree on a state budget by July 1, non-essential government offices will shut down.
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg is optimistic that a property tax cut will be part of the new budget.
Democrat Brendan Gill and Republican Chris Russell discuss the busy week in politics that included the New Jersey primary and debate over whether the state can afford a tax cut.
They may be talking tough, and it may be getting late, but lawmakers say they can get a budget deal done before the end of the fiscal year on June 30.
Affordable housing advocate say the governor is trying to reclaim millions of dollars in housing claims in an effort to balance the budget.
Gov. Chris Christie held a town hall in Piscataway Wednesday where he discussed his plans for New Jersey's future.