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.
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Felix Roque was in full throttle voice before close to two hundred supporters who organized what they called a "vigil" in support of their embattled mayor on Friday.
Bob Ingle and Michael Symons, authors of "Chris Christie: The Inside Story of His Rise to Power," believe the governor will run for president at some point in the future.
In the wake of the Senate Judiciary Committee's decision to reject state Supreme Court justice nominee Bruce Harris, Richard Codey criticized Christie for mocking Committee Chair Nicholas Scutari’s ...
Battle lines are drawn and positions are hardening in the aftermath of Supreme Court nominee rejection.
After four hours of consideration, the five Republicans on the committee voted "yes," seven of the eight Democrats voted "no" to Bruce Harris.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Nicholas Scutari said state Supreme Court justice nominee Bruce Harris lacked the legal expertise and skills to serve.
In the wake of today's rejection of New Jersey Supreme Court nominee Bruce Harris by a Senate Judiciary Committee (the Democrat-controlled committee voted 7 to 6 against the nomination), Sen. Kevin ...
In the wake of the resignation of Anne Torres, the Newark Mayor answered questions about the state of his administration and the perception that the Booker juggernaut has sprung a leak.