Property taxes are eating up a larger share of family income under Gov. Chris Christie than under previous governors, primarily due to a sharp reduction ...
The highest property taxes in the nation hurt New Jersey's competitiveness more than the income tax burden.
Democrats question how Christie can afford to slash income tax by 10 percent.
John Mooney Assesses Christie's State of the State on The Brian Lehrer Show.
Democrats: Cut property taxes, not 'taxes on the rich'
The fiscal crunch is systemic; it affects every level of government, and will force significant changes throughout New Jersey.
World Trade Center cost overruns, economic downturn lead agency to seek record increases, but Christie and Cuomo are skeptical.
What the budget cuts will mean to some New Jerseyans.
Veto override efforts fall short as Democrats and Republicans differ over size of surplus and availability of funds to restore Christie's cuts to social programs.
The Democratic-controlled legislature fails in 15 budget override attempts.