Governor's financial priorities in his reelection year — school aid, pension payments, tax relief and health benefits
Gov. Phil Murphy has allotted billions from Washington to bolster schools, local governments and health care needs arising from the pandemic
Gov. Phil Murphy’s latest budget address was ‘a jarring reminder that something called coronavirus has wrought life-altering and tragic change to government and everyday existence’
Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed budget would increase spending by billions of dollars
Murphy does stand to benefit if the Legislature agrees to the budget he proposed.
The proposed spending is about 10% more than last year’s budget.
After a down-to-the-wire deal, New Jersey is 13th state in the nation to legalize the drug
Copy of speech provided by the Governor's Office
Budget would grow to $44.8 billion with more for schools, tax relief, health care, pensions and much more
Join the NJ Spotlight News team at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23 for live coverage of Gov. Phil Murphy's FY 2022 Budget Address.
Gov. Phil Murphy expected to announce money to address maternal mortality, racial disparity in health care
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