The state budget is much more than numbers and line items — it is a reflection of New Jersey’s priorities and values. By ensuring the wealthiest individuals and corporations pay their fair share in taxes, New Jersey can invest in the public assets that help our communities thrive, address longstanding racial and social inequities, and build a strong foundation for the future.

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No Matter What You Call Them, Private School Vouchers Are Bad for New Jersey

Giving Businesses Tax Credits for Hybrid Workers Undermines the Very Purpose of the Tax Credits

The FY2025 Budget Should Use Corporate Tax Revenue to Support Public Investments

Budget Proposal Rightly Asks Big Business To Pay for Critical Infrastructure, But More is Needed

Gov. Murphy’s NJ Transit Funding Proposal Would Put Agency Back on Track

What to Look for in the New Jersey Budget for Fiscal Year 2025

Fare Hikes Will Not Fix NJ Transit’s Structural Financial Issues

New Jersey’s Population is Actually Growing, Despite Data from Moving Van Companies

Governor’s Stronger and Fairer Economy Can’t Overlook Fiscal Elephant

State of New Jersey’s Finances Takes a $1 Billion Hit in New Year

Coalition of 50 Advocacy Organizations and Labor Unions Call on Lawmakers to Stop the Corporate Tax Cut for Amazon and Walmart

Revenue Collections Nearly $400 Million Behind Last Year

Fast-Tracked Bill Loosens Tax Credit Requirements for Big Developers

Advocates, Unions, and Policy Experts Praise New Bill to Extend Surcharge on Corporate Profits

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

Backroom Deal or Not, New Jersey Needs the Corporate Surcharge

The Senate President is Right: New Jersey Needs More Revenue to Fund NJ Transit

Low Revenue Collections Underscore Need to Keep Corporate Business Tax Surcharge

Poll Shows That Taxing Big Corporations is Not Only Good Policy But Incredibly Popular

Getting Back on Track: Fully Fund NJ Transit by Taxing Big Corporations