Repealing the Medicaid Expansion Would Reverse Health Coverage Gains & Deepen New Jersey’s Financial Crisis
Proposal would cause over a half million residents to lose health coverage and cost the state about $3 billion a year in federal funds.
Expanding the EITC for low-wage workers not raising children is a vital step to increase economic security.
The Notorious Nine: How Key Decisions Sent New Jersey’s Financial Health Spiraling Down Over Two Decades
New Jersey’s future as an economic powerhouse with abundant opportunities is in peril.
Access to Financial Aid is Essential To Give Undocumented New Jerseyans a Better Shot at a College Education
It’s time for New Jersey to build on steps taken in 2013 to help undocumented students in the state have a better shot at a college education.
It’s time to set the record straight about who is moving in and out of New Jersey, why they do and what it means for the state’s wellbeing.
Dwindling cash assistance through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program has harmed families and children, but New Jersey can reverse course.
We can lead a charge of resistance that is rooted in common sense and public safety.
Nearly 600,000 families will benefit from the EITC increase to 35 percent.
Gov. Christie should join them, and fight to protect a key piece of his legacy.
NJPP president Gordon MacInnes speaks about the state’s financial challenges.