In their first in-person vote since the start of the pandemic, lawmakers easily pass three-month spending measure
Lawmakers plan final votes Monday on a three-month spending plan needed after COVID-19 lockdown stalled state economy
[Updated: June 26, 2020] Lawmakers add money for higher ed, labor department tech problems, but keep Murphy cuts to property-tax programs; GOP members complain about ...
Instan a los Legisladores Aprobar Leyes que Ayuden a las Familias en NJ a Evitar una Devastación Financiera
Líderes de diferentes organizaciones preocupados de que se prioricen los intereses empresariales en las medidas para aliviar la crisis de la pandemia sobre los intere-ses ...
Advocates concerned that business interests are being prioritized for pandemic relief over low- and middle-income residents
With ratification vote pending, governor is mum on how much the proposal would ease the COVID-19 strain on Trenton’s finances
It’s unclear whether the Legislature will make noteworthy changes to Gov. Phil Murphy’s budget plan
Loan would cover unemployment fund — which has paid out more than $6 billion in recent weeks — through end of October
Totals vary depending on which revenue projections are used as the starting point for calculating how low tax collections will sink
Treasury discloses second straight month of double-digit dip in year-over-year revenues, but income-tax and sales-tax collections not as bad some feared