State Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-3), State Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-37) and Assemblyman Daniel Benson (D-14) recently introduced legislation to improve the quality of paratransit.
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.
New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney urged the federal government to offer some protections to the state’s citizens as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continued.
In a show of unity in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, the New Jersey Senate cleared a package of 27 bills designed to contend with the current situation and the months ahead.
As the coronavirus pandemic continued to spread in New Jersey and the country, State Senate President Steve Sweeney highlighted a series of legislative and administrative
Sen. Bob Menendez and Rep. Josh Gottheimer are working with local hospitals as the coronavirus begins to spread in the U.S. Both officials met separately with
Gov. Phil Murphy hopes the third time’s a charm for his millionaire tax. The governor, who received a thundering welcome, started his budget address by
Senate President Steve Sweeney revealed his plan to dedicate $500 million a year to NJ Transit’s operating budget. The proposal came on Feb. 21 after
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
NJ Transit received permission to expand testing of its Positive Train Control (PTC) system, the latest agency officials say NJ Transit will meet the federally