Gov. Christie diverted $42.5 million in clean energy funds to keep the lights on in Trenton, and another $160 million to help balance the budget. ...
In theory, outsourcing public services should save the state millions, but some ill-considered initiatives have ended up costing that much.
The Supreme Court ruling has Democrats aiming to increase school aid for suburbs as well as cities and looking again at an income tax surcharge ...
Democrats and Republicans clash over how much income tax revenue will be generated by the Garden State's millionaires -- and how to spend it.
TownStats.org is assembling a database of every municipal budget in the Garden State.
Successfully reducing property taxes means raising other taxes, most likely sales and income, and the governor isn't going to get behind that idea.
A little fiscal sleight-of-hand helps the governor make sure the overall budget number goes down.
Reading between the lines of a speech the governor gave last week offers more than a clue as to what he will say on Tuesday.
Facing Our Future offers a neutral examination of the state's budget issues.
Governor draws sharp rebuke from Senate president for his plan to fix the public employee benefit system.