Economics is not abstract, but a question of whether families have the resources they need to put food on the table, a roof over their head, and save for the future. To combat rising racial inequities and build an economy that works for everyone, the state must support all New Jerseyans, regardless of their circumstances.

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New Jersey’s School Re-openings Are Racially Unequal

Census 2019: Poverty in New Jersey Remains Higher Than Pre-Recession Levels

School Funding in New Jersey: Preparing Now for the 2020-21 School Year

Abolishing the Racist War on Drugs in New Jersey

Unemployment Claims Rise as Federal Relief Expires

Building a More Immigrant Inclusive Tax Code: Expanding the EITC to ITIN Filers

Unemployment Insurance Taxes Paid by Undocumented Workers Top $1 Billion

Strengthen and Expand New Jersey’s Earned Sick Days Law

New Jersey’s Shrinking Pool of Teacher Candidates

COVID-19 Unemployment Claims Will Soon Surpass Total Claims from the Great Recession

Undocumented Workers in Service Sector Most Likely to be Harmed by COVID-19

New Jersey Must Expand Paid Sick Days During Coronavirus Outbreak

NJPP: Public Charge Rule is a Discriminatory Income Test

New Jersey Can Make Overtime Pay

New Jersey’s Minimum Wage Rises to $11.00

FAQs: The Public Charge Rule Change

Top Six Reasons to Expand Access to Driver's Licenses

Prosperity for All: Expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit for Childless Workers

Standing With Dreamers: DACA Goes to the Supreme Court

NJPP: Proposal to Roll Back $15 Minimum Wage Cheats Low-Paid Workers