Some advocates fear that money intended to create and preserve affordable housing could go to higher-income homebuyers
It will be one year tomorrow since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in New Jersey. Follow this timeline to track the disease’s impact ...
Bills spurred by work done by panel called to hear testimony of abuse in politics
Aid to NJ school districts, 2021-22: What does Gov. Murphy’s budget proposal mean for your district?
Search this database to learn whether your district would gain or lose
Set up last year to address harassment and misogyny in politics and government, workgroup now looks to ‘give voice to the women behind the walls’
Governor's financial priorities in his reelection year — school aid, pension payments, tax relief and health benefits
Murphy does stand to benefit if the Legislature agrees to the budget he proposed.
An independent report on the Tuition Aid Grant program — the most generous in the country — details the program’s ‘positive effects’
Drawing a bead on registration for both parties is tough in New Jersey because counties don’t have a common deadline to clean voter rolls
A commission found that sentencing minimums, especially for drug offenses, are behind the wide racial disparity among state prisoners