The Senate Majority Office says a bill to create a state-based exchange isn’t being held up. In fact, it’s still being worked on to expand the legislation for all Medicaid eligible residents.
Murphy reiterates that "all options on the table" on what he'll do about the budget.
The political battle over a bill that extends controversial New Jersey corporate tax credit programs is ongoing.
Murphy and the Legislature compromise on consumption sites, home delivery and more.
Opponents have launched an effort, led by former State Senator Ray Lesniak, to change Atlantic City's form of government. The idea is to replace the mayor with a professional manager as the executive ...
With nine days left in the budget deadline, the governor says all options remain on the table. But at this point, no new meetings are scheduled.
New Jersey already bans civilian ownership of gun silencers, but they’re legal in neighboring states like Pennsylvania, and Menendez says they’ve turned into a moneymaker.
Ørsted plans to build a wind farm off the coast of Atlantic City capable of generating 1,100 megawatts of energy, enough to power an estimated 500,000 homes.
Sen. Cory Booker has called on Democratic presidential front runner, former Vice President Joe Biden to apologize for comments he made about working closely with segregationist Sen. James Eastland and ...
Senior Correspondent David Cruz and NJ Spotlight Budget and Finance Writer John Reitmeyer talk about the finer points of the budget battle.
The Legislature's passed a $38.7 billion spending plan that Gov. Phil Murphy has vowed to veto, at least in part, because it doesn’t include his proposed millionaire’s tax expansion.
Slavery reparations bills have stalled in Congress for decades and the issue remains deeply controversial.
Murphy says tax fairness is more than just about the millionaire's tax.
Murphy sent a letter to state legislators marking his stance on their budget. Sweeney fired back in his own letter.
Murphy signaled Wednesday that he'd delete spending from the budget that he says rely on unrealistic and unsustainable revenue projections.