Will service cuts, higher property taxes be needed to offset the added financial stress?
Taxes and regulation are persistent thorns. Possible lawsuits over coronavirus a new concern
Lawmakers say legislation would help New Jersey and U.S. companies stay afloat, ensure personal protective equipment is widely available statewide
Residents could get counseling on the basics, including how to open a secure, low-cost bank account and the importance of good credit
Overlooked budgetary move by Murphy administration, legislative Democrats meant half a billion dollars in additional spending stayed out of the limelight
But total revenue collections fall, reflecting pandemic’s pressure on the economy
Officials say keen interest on Wall Street will keep interest charges below 2%, despite ratings downgrade
No sign from Gov. Phil Murphy of any intention to try, but lawmakers concerned as pandemic puts stress on state finances
Librarian wish lists include greater access for residents with disabilities, bridging digital divide in poorer communities
Lawmakers work to provide framework for legalization approved by voters. Taxes, regulations and more on the table
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