Republican Minority Leader Assemblyman Jon Bramnick is pushing for the Legislature to come up with a fix to the state's affordable housing mandate. Bramnick also discusses Bob Hugin's chances to ...
This week, New Jersey launched a pilot program that will make community college free for hundreds more students in the spring of 2019. While the plan has been a cornerstone of Murphy's agenda, ...
The city says new emergency equipment will save millions in costs of private vendors.
The general election begins in earnest as 11th Congressional District candidates Mikie Sherrill and Jay Webber spar over the "abolish ICE" movement, the SALT deduction cap and extending the National ...
Republicans suggest they want to make the SALT deduction cap, currently to sunset in 2025, a permanent measure, prompting blowback from NJ residents and officials.
Gov. Phil Murphy, through an executive order, called for immediate action saying a monitor is needed at Newark's University Hospital.
Ady Barkan's message is that Medicare and Medicaid need saving.
The Murphy administration set aside $2.1 million in the budget to be used for legal representation of unauthorized immigrants who cannot afford private attorneys.
Menendez is running for re-election against Republican Bob Hugin. The subtext of the event was to highlight Menendez's connection with women at a time when Hugin's is under question.
State Sen. Declan O'Scanlon thinks speed limits should be changed and says it should be based on science, not statecraft.
The state will spend some $15 billion on K-12 education during the 2019 fiscal year, which is more than 40 percent of the total budget.
Grewal said this was not the first time he's had to deal with hateful rhetoric.
Gov. Chris Christie appointee Justice Anne Patterson was reconfirmed for the state Supreme Court without the contention that riddled the previous administration.
The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee held a contentious public hearing to spur the conversation about New Jersey's affordable housing issue.
School districts that are getting an increase in state aid are elated, while others will see state funding slashed and may have to raise taxes to make up the difference.