Just in time for budget season, a cornucopia of helpful explanations and abstruse interpretations, from Appropriations Act to zero-based budgeting
The state’s liquor licenses are among the most expensive and restrictive in the nation. But that may be about to change.
Choice of governor praised, but critics say action and funding needed, not more study
The bad news is that the amount of money available for property-tax relief is shrinking; the good news, there are still a plethora of programs ...
Knowing the social cost of carbon dioxide makes it possible to see how lowering emissions translates into the monetary benefits of implementing regulations
Sanctuary cities limit their cooperation with immigration authorities. What are their prospects — in New Jersey and elsewhere — under a Trump administration?
Some railroad companies have made good progress on the installation of federally required safety mechanisms, but NJ Transit has a lot of catching up to ...
The system can favor candidates who win a lot of states by small margins while losing big in some large ones
Devastating commuter delays and economic hardship just might be avoided if construction of a pair of new tunnels under the Hudson gets going
The Red Cross has been subject to complaints nationwide for its response to emergencies. But apart from criticism of its post-Sandy role, few in NJ ...