Murphy, lawmakers move quickly to remove requirement as New Jersey companies lay off large numbers of employees because of mandatory COVID-19 shutdowns
Governor gives cities, towns ability to lengthen grace period by a month to June 1, but concerns already being raised about next payment deadline on ...
Their message: The state doesn’t need more highways and higher tolls; it needs to focus funds on mass transit, clean vehicles and environmental justice
As they look to do better from latest federal aid package, the big question for small business owners concerns access to working capital
The proposal may have a formidable opponent, a GOP legislator who more than a decade ago served on a Supreme Court case that looked at ...
Firm also reduces state rating outlook from, ‘stable’ to ‘negative,’ citing economic impact of COVID-19 and long-standing problems like pension liability and scant reserves
Proposed bipartisan plan would save money by furloughing workers while ensuring they qualify for enhanced federal unemployment benefits
Funds are supposed to go to state retirement systems, but falling revenues mean taking more money from budget or letting unfunded pension liability balloon even ...
Governor’s drive to float emergency bonds meets some opposition, but he argues the only alternative is to ‘gut programs’
Treasury cautions some state taxes, like sales tax, are counted with one-month lag, while massive unemployment filings didn’t start until late in March