Unions score big victory as investment managers decide to scale back allocations by more than half
Sen. Paul Sarlo, head of the Budget and Appropriations Committee, praises Ford Scudder’s openness during this year’s spending debate
Democratic leaders still scrambling to get enough support to override expected vetoes by Gov. Christie
While state’s economy is growing, gains continue to be modest and signals mixed
City and state officials haven’t sorted out details of key bridge loan; Moody’s say default likely if they can’t agree
NJ Senate President Sweeney says officials need to be honest with the public and state workers about the problem
Veteran senator hopes debate over Transportation Trust Fund will boost efforts to tighten business-tax rules
Sweeney and Prieto hope to appeal to legislators from both parties — and maybe even Gov. Christie — or to pick up enough support for ...
Deadline nears for putting new pension payments on November ballot, but impasse between Christie and Sweeney on transportation funding gets in the way
Undocumented residents already have the right to pay in-state tuition, but few can afford to do so, effectively shutting them out of a college education
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