On their agenda: expanded early-voting opportunities, increased use of email and web to boost voter participation
New data from Pew Charitable Trust helps plot NJ’s slow recovery, fuels arguments about raising some taxes or slicing business taxes further
NJEA and teachers make a loud showing in Trenton, demanding that state fully fund their pensions and benefits -- despite Supreme Court ruling letting Christie ...
With a 0.4 percent bump in gross domestic product, New Jersey is growing more slowly than neighboring states
Sweeney says his party can't negotiate budget with Christie, unions ponder constitutional amendment to force full pension payments
Report from Volcker Alliance knocks state for diverting clean-energy funds, skipping and shortchanging pension payments
But one strategist for rivals dismisses challenge as a gimmick, while pollster says it could backfire on Republicans at the polls
State argues that $600 million paid to private investment managers last year is on the money, but unions argue it’s way out of line
Changes to tax structure could put small businesses and large corporations on same footing, according to just-released report
With private money managers investing about 30 percent of funds in state’s pension system, committee wants to know if ‘alternative investments’ are paying off
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