How process usually works and what changes once new lawmakers are sworn into office
Panel has power to void state laws by ruling they constitute an unfunded mandate on towns, counties and school boards
Bipartisan move to allow for a pause in the scheduled wage ramp-up is seen as vital by business interests, unacceptable by workers’ advocates
In last year’s congressional races, an informal survey showed that nearly two of every 100 votes was cast via a provisional ballot
It’s been a slow start for zero-emission vehicles, but if roadblocks like range anxiety can be addressed, NJ could be on the road to meet ...
Eligible homeowners will have to wait until 2020 to receive benefits designed to defray property taxes they paid in 2017
New Jersey’s year-old tax on short-term property rentals has been revamped, mostly to assuage concerns about its negative effects of summer rentals at the Shore
A 60-day window is open for challenges to EPA’s adoption of new rule concerning emissions from coal-fired plants; challenges to the new regulation are expected
Murphy and legislators don’t see eye-to-eye on how much money state should hold in reserve for economic headwinds
New Jersey’s Schools Development Authority is mired in controversy over its CEO’s hirings and firings. But the SDA has a history of troubling activities
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