A New Jersey appeals court will consider whether the state can take control of money set aside for towns to use to fund affordable housing projects.
Analysts say a new state revenue report could change Gov. Chris Christie's budget plans and force new spending cuts.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is bashing the Manhattan borough president's suggestion that a tax be restored for suburbanites who commute to work in New York City.
New Jersey Govenor Chris Christie on Tuesday announced he would not run for president, refusing to bow to pressure from GOP donors, fans and luminaries clamoring for another option in the search for a strong Republican to challenge President Barack Obama next fall.
Christie says he cut the money from the budget after Democrats removed critical oversight language.
Democrats said they wanted the oversight funding to come from the Department of Community Affairs budget, not from the transitional aid program itself.
The governor says he'll restore the funds with oversight.
Democrats in the Senate tried but failed to override the governor's veto last week. Three GOP votes were needed to send the measure to the Assembly.
The Democrat who controls New Jersey’s state Senate says Governor Chris Christie’s politically overcharged budget hurts the state’s vulnerable residents most.
The Federal Transit Administration on Monday sent the railroad the bill, saying interest and penalty charges will be added.