New Jersey Senate Republicans voiced their displeasure with the state’s Supreme Court after it approved a borrowing plan provided by Gov. Phil Murphy which would allow him to borrow up to $10 billion.
A bipartisan bill designed to help consumers contend with financial insecurities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic passed the state Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
A job-sharing furlough bill put forth by State Sen. President Steve Sweeney could save up to $750 million for workers, businesses, and taxpayers has received bipartisian support from two key lawmakers.
Three North Jersey lawmakers are calling upon homeowner associations to stop imposing fees during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on those who are not members of the community.
Gov. Phil Murphy signaled he would enact a bill April 14 to extend new Jersey’s income and corporate tax filing to July 15. The Covid-19 Fiscal Mitigation Act won approval in the Legislature April 13.
A new bipartisan economic growth plan was announced Feb. 20 to support New Jersey’s Greater Highlands and Pinelands regions. Rep. Josh Gottheimer, along with state