Offered a chance to put wider restrictions in place, NJ State Investment Council says it will first look to tightening current regulations
Meanwhile, governor continues to push budget plan at ‘town hall’ meetings, the latest in Whippany
A new bill aims to add accuracy and transparency to the process of estimating state’s yearly tax collection
Supporters praise tough tactics on pensions and other ‘legacy’ items, but critics point to high jobless rate, terrible credit ratings and transit-fund crisis
State claims it has scraped together money to make it through next fiscal year, but legislators worry about administration's wait-and-see attitude
Christie contends he’s capped property-tax increases at 2 percent, but cutting Homestead Rebates funding has driven net property taxes higher
To refocus on core mission, PA should divest itself of real estate, Sweeney and other Dems argue, use money to help fund cross-Hudson tunnel
Democrats come two GOP votes shy of override; both parties pledge to work together -- but can they?
If Christie and legislators don’t find new source of revenue for the TTF, Garden State drivers may be dodging bigger and deeper potholes
Governor could ease some of his budget woes by stretching out pension payments to 10 years, rather than seven -- and a Democratic leader could ...