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The Assembly Budget Committee meets in Trenton to discuss measures for next years budget.

When it comes to public school spending, New Jersey's average of $16,841 per pupil in 2010 ranked it second to the top among states, the U. S. Census Bureau reported Thursday.

The Assembly Budget Committee meets in Trenton to discuss measures for next years budget.

A state Assembly committee has advanced a bill that would lift the cap of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program by $250 million, one of the bill's sponsors said.

The Assembly Budget Committee meets in Trenton to discuss measures for next years budget.

Many of the last hurdles were removed yesterday from what now seems like all-but-certain passage of a tenure reform law for New Jersey that would make it harder for teachers to gain tenure and easier to lose it.

best-places-to-workThe New Jersey Chamber of Commerce congratulates our members who were named the Best Places to Work, as determined by NJBIZ newspaper. The honorees include North Highland, a global consulting firm with offices in Princeton, which led the category of large companies.

Thomas A. Bracken

New Jersey should reduce its dependency on its income tax revenue if it wants to create a stable budget environment, according to a new study released today by the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce.

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce says business leaders apparently are more optimistic about the state's economy than they were a year ago.