Investment returns for first 10 months of fiscal year edge into negative territory; value of pension funds in April drops to $74B, down almost $6B
Sales of new cars could also help patch some of the holes in state’s pandemic-battered tax collections and budget
[Updated: May 26, 2020] State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio outlined spending cuts, deferrals on Friday; three-month supplemental budget plan must be adopted next month
New Jersey residents never thought they’d want to see more traffic, but with April’s turnpike and parkway revenues down 60%, more cars could play a ...
Retaining independent counsel to aid with bond issues not unusual, but some lawmakers say Murphy has run afoul of constitutional limits this time out
Bipartisan legislation co-sponsored by Sen. Menendez would factor in infection rates, population and revenue losses
Proposal easily clears Legislature, but Murphy has been hard to read on plan that taps new federal benefits allowing furloughed workers to offset lost wages ...
April tax revenues plummeted 60% as pandemic began to take hold, and as tax deadlines were delayed
Food banks and other services are needed more than ever, even as the public-health crisis cuts down on contributors and what they can afford to ...
Lawmakers are pushing ahead bill to redefine coverage so benefits are linked to line-of-duty coronavirus infections rather than limited to ‘traumatic events’