For Gov. Chris Christie, the politics of the budget is both an inside game and an outside game, one played inside the Beltway in Trenton ...
Gov. Chris Christie has long said higher education would be one of his priorities once the state's fiscal crisis eased. This week he was as ...
Total state spending of $49.5 billion would pass Corzine for highest in NJ history.
With one of every three dollars of the governor's budget earmarked for education, schools wait to see how much they will actually receive.
Administration justifies appropriation by arguing the money is 'surplus dollars.'
Among the initiatives: a shift from institutional to community-based care, a major overhaul of state health services, and a redistribution of current funding.
Governor's proposed income tax cut 'won't fill the tank of a middle-class family's minivan.'
Schools face uncertain futures as proposals for shared services and consolidations haunt district supers.
Christie got his way on his first two budgets. Will this be the year Democratic leaders say 'No'?
Worried about high property taxes in the Garden State? Here's why.
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