After lawmakers approve removal of PFRS from state pension system, the proposal goes to governor; whether Christie likes the plan or not, it may be ...
As they begin deliberations on the state’s budget, lawmakers learn just how hot an issue school funding is for many in New Jersey
Analysts once estimated that selling off public bandwidth in New Jersey could raise more than $2B, but signs now point to a more modest haul
Advocates line up to tell lawmakers about implications for healthcare, housing, the environment if Trump administration axes spending
Striking out on their own could give these public employees more control over how assets are managed, better protection from pension-system reforms
New Jersey lawmakers have scheduled five public hearings for residents who want to sound off or speak in favor of Christie’s final budget plan
What does a flat budget look like? Higher property taxes, fewer services and staff, and nothing extra for teachers and students
The governor may be taking a gamble, but if he’s wrong it will be up to his successor to make things right — most likely ...
Half a million undocumented immigrants living in the Garden State contribute an estimated $587 million in taxes; aggressive deportation policy could hurt state and local ...
Governor’s final budget has no dramatic innovations but he proposes new options for dealing with pensions, school funding, healthcare