"The top concern on the minds of New Jerseyans is the perennial issue of property taxes, with 45 percent calling it one of the most important issues facing the state," writes Christian Hetrick about the new Monmouth University poll.
Editorial: "Now that they have the governorship as well as control of the Legislature, the state’s Democrats have wasted no time increasing the burden on New Jersey’s heavily regulated and taxed businesses."
GSI President Regina Egea tells Zachary Williams that Gov. Murphy's proposed tax hikes will hurt the middle class and not just millionaires.
GSI President Regina Egea discusses the state's fiscal problems and possibilities with Larry Mendte, host of "Jersey Matters."
New Jersey already has the highest property taxes in the nation and they may be rising, writes Colleen O'Dea.
After he’s sworn in as governor, Phil Murphy had better not raise taxes on the middle class, argues Jeff Edelstein, columnist for The Trentonian.