NJEA tops the list -- by far -- while power companies also step up.
Defeat of tax-break bill will likely make it much harder to attract TV, film and animation jobs to the Garden State.
Remaking the state's troubled housing reform is a simple matter of pleasing the legislature, governor and Supreme Court.
With hotly contested legislative races statewide, Democratic and Republican strategies are all over the map.
Dusty McNichol, Pulitzer prize-winner and cofounder of NJ Spotlight dies suddenly.
A quick look at some of the critical issues NJ Spotlight addressed in 2010, many of which are likely to continue resonating in the year ...
Gov. Christie’s showdowns with New Jersey’s public employee unions have defined his first year in office. What's behind these battles?
Pending legislation would reinstate tax credit and extend cap by $40 million.
Killing COAH is easy. The hard part is fashioning a fair, effective affordable-housing system to take its place.
Gov. Christie refuses to revise his ARC decision, maintaining that NJ taxpayers are on the hook for any cost overruns
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