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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Family Leave Expansion Would Advance Equity and Eliminate Fear of Retaliation for All of New Jersey’s Workers

Workers and Advocates Tell Lawmakers: Do Not Cut a $1 Billion Check to Amazon and Walmart

Film Tax Credit Expansion is a Bad Investment for New Jersey

More Than One in Five New Jersey Workers Can Still Be Fired for Taking Paid Family Leave

Corporate Tax Overhaul Makes it Easier to Hide Profits in Foreign Tax Havens

Stay Away from StayNJ: Proposal Cuts Taxes for the Rich, Leaves Low-Income Seniors Behind

Senior Tax Credit Proposal Falls Short of Helping Seniors With the Lowest Incomes

Rutgers Faculty Deserve to be Respected and Fairly Compensated

Assemblywoman Reynolds-Jackson Introduces Child Tax Credit Expansion Bill

How an Expanded Child Tax Credit Would Help More Hard-Working New Jersey Families

Unions, Advocates, and Policy Experts Urge Lawmakers to Say No to Corporate Tax Cuts

Social Equity Excise Fee Revenue Distribution Must Center Racial Justice

Biden Student Debt Proposal Will Help New Jersey Families But Needs to Go Farther for Maximum Relief

Common Sense Changes to the Tax Code Will Narrow Wealth Inequities

Reevaluation of Fines and Fees in the Criminal Legal System is Essential to Reducing Wealth Inequality

It’s Time for New Jersey to Fix WorkFirst NJ to Better Support Low-Income Families

Without Transparency, New Jersey Risks Spending ARP Funds in Ways That Don’t Provide True Relief

How the New Jersey Child Tax Credit Became Law

Backroom Budget Deals Hurt Residents Who Need Help The Most

Sales Tax Holidays Do Little to Ease the Burden on Working Families