County and municipal officials meet in Trenton to get schooled in best ways to negotiate with labor unions now that 2 percent arbitration cap no ...
New Jersey legislators question whether state’s new oversight measures are too stringent. Controversial tax breaks remain source of dispute between governor and many in Legislature
Governor signs legislation to help state transportation projects funded by gas-tax revenues run more efficiently
During the Great Recession, the lack of a rainy-day fund put pressure on property-tax relief programs and the public-worker pension funding
Rating agency alerts investors to potential trouble if Gov. Phil Murphy’s suspension of $105 million in ‘transitional aid’ remains in place
Six-city, seven-day visit will focus on technology, manufacturing, clean energy and pharmaceutical industries
Gov. Murphy has put that money and dozens of other spending items on hold over budget concerns
Net financial support for the beleaguered transit agency is up $75 million in the recently approved spending plan
Better monitoring will make it easier for Department of Treasury to keep tabs on tax incentives when they’re redeemed, making financial projections and budgeting more ...
Task force also hears more about controversial Camden award made to nuclear-parts manufacturer Holtec International