[UPDATED] S&P Global Ratings concerned about state’s ‘significant structural deficits’ as it prepares to borrow more than $4 billion
New Jersey voters approved this year’s closely watched ballot question seeking to legalize recreational marijuana for adults by a roughly 2 to 1 margin. The ...
Thousands of qualified residents fail to claim low-income tax break. State campaigns for more to apply
Earned Income Tax Credit can amount to thousands of dollars, but up to a quarter of those who qualify don’t apply
Assembly clears a 10-bill package sponsors say would offer relief to residents and businesses alike
COVID-19 replaced daily commutes to New York with telecommuting from home offices in New Jersey. Lawmakers are saying residents should be taxed where they work
Gov. Phil Murphy, other supporters say regulated marijuana sales could generate much-needed tax revenue
Industry experts predicted the move would cost jobs while harming investors
Legislative rules require lawmakers to disclose budget requests and once again they are not immediately making them public
September numbers are down from last year as state recoils from COVID-19 shutdown
In moves rarely noticed by the public, New Jersey lawmakers use language to make cuts, lower benefits and more
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