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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How the New Jersey Child Tax Credit Became Law

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

A State-Level Child Tax Credit Would Make New Jersey More Affordable for Working Families

New Jersey Should Join Other States and Create a Child Tax Credit

New ANCHOR Proposal is a Big Improvement, But More Needs to Be Done For Low-Income Families

It’s Time to Hold Amazon Accountable for High Worker Injury Rates

Local Government Should Not Be Funded With Fines and Fees

May Day: Excessive CEO Pay Stifles Workers’ Wages

Essential Workers, Advocates, and Policy Experts Urge Lawmakers to Spend American Rescue Plan Funds on Direct Relief for Working Families

ANCHORs Aweigh: Explaining Governor Murphy’s New Property Tax Relief Program

The State Budget Can Do More to Make New Jersey Affordable for All

Revenue from Cannabis Legalization Should Go Toward Strengthening Communities Harmed by the Drug War

Property Tax Reduction Should Target Renters with Low-Incomes

Recovery for All: Excluded New Jerseyans Fund Falls Short of Need

Progressive Policy and Economic Growth Go Hand in Hand

Comptroller Report Highlights Lax Oversight of Corporate Tax Subsidies

Hard Working New Jerseyans Get a Raise January 1

Casino Tax Break a Bad Bet for New Jersey

Casinos’ Healthy Profit Margins Render Tax Break Unnecessary

When is Enough Enough for Corporate Tax Subsidies?