With Budget Shortfalls Looming, Lawmakers Reportedly Look to Raise Taxes (Again), But NJ Already Has Among the Highest Taxes in the Nation
NJ appears to be heading into budget season with lagging revenues. With state government spending up 56% under Gov. Murphy and a record $54.4 billion budget last year, lawmakers will be scrambling to make revenues…Read More
Gubernatorial Malpractice, Part II: Gov. Murphy Is AWOL on Learning Loss, So Sen. Ruiz Steps Up for NJ Kids
Thank goodness for Sen. Teresa Ruiz. The Senate majority leader has introduced a bill to create an “Office of Learning Loss Czar” to help push Murphy’s Department of Education (DOE) to FINALLY address pandemic learning…Read More
Gubernatorial Malpractice: Sweeney Center Projects Gov. Murphy Will Leave the Next Governor with Big Budget Deficits and No Rainy Day Fund
As we head into the final two years of Gov. Murphy’s tenure as governor, we must ask: what condition will NJ be in when he leaves office? A new report by the Sweeney Center paints…Read More
Will AG Platkin Hold Gov. Murphy’s Pals Sean Spiller and Brendan Gill to the Same Standards as the Wildwood Three?
Will Gov. Murphy’s pals NJEA President/Montclair Mayor Sean Spiller and Essex County Commissioner Brendan Gill receive the same treatment as the three Wildwood officials who were just indicted by Attorney General Platkin? All the above…Read More