Rules that hew to the state constitution limit the uses of the state’s biggest source of revenue to items that lower property taxes
Some lawmakers say they haven’t been given enough time to study measure that would legalize marijuana in NJ. Here’s a comprehensive analysis of its contents
Groups unfettered by campaign finance regulations are wielding more and more influence on elections. New Jersey legislators are taking steps to regulate their activities
Bipartisan panel suggests going to less expensive health insurance could save taxpayers $1.4 billion within a few years
NJ’s plans for affordable housing are blueprints that do not require municipalities to build a single home
Funding for New Jersey’s K-12 schools is one of the state’s most divisive issues, pitting district against district. How did it ever get that way?
While Gov. Phil Murphy’s budget proposal would give homeowners a bigger write-off, it would keep in place rules that hold down other relief programs
According to recent estimates, New Jersey’s undocumented community paid $587 million in state and local taxes in 2014
Bills that are pending and in the works are just one part of the puzzle. Here’s a day-by-day guide to the Legislature’s and the governor’s ...
So-called interest-arbitration awards hold salary increases that go to binding arbitration at 2 percent. What happens to local communities if they’re allowed to sunset?