Advocates make the case for NJ to support workers, help renters and do more with billions in aid
The Murphy administration plans two events on distributing nearly $6 billion in federal funds. A Republican lawmaker calls it ‘checking a box’
Once again, the state is searching for a new pension director. They could could earn far more with private companies
Some restaurant owners say they will use the cash to sweeten salary offers
Rebate checks were converted to credits on tax bills to save the cost of printing, postage. Murphy and Democratic lawmakers revived the old delivery system ...
Latest evaluation gives state good marks for paying down debt but raises concerns about increased spending
More than 760,000 NJ households are eligible for a rebate check of up to $500 from the state Treasury
Lawmakers want voters to expand the state’s sports-betting law and allow for betting on games played here. One poll says that’s not so popular
NJ gets tough on misclassification, which prevents workers from qualifying for unemployment and other benefits
In all, pension fund set to get nearly $7 billion this year as investments grow
Mayor Steven Fulop announced legislation to create new safety protocols following the collapse of Florida high-rise
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