Since 1997, New Jersey Policy Perspective (NJPP) has produced more than 1,000 reports and detailed analyses to help advance economic, social, and racial justice in the Garden State. These are among the most highly requested and referenced resources produced by NJPP.
New Jersey's primary ballots have helped shape electoral outcomes for more than two decades, providing a substantial advantage to those on the "county line."
A decade of trickle-down tax cuts leaves New Jersey without $2 billion in critical revenue.
If the $15 minimum wage proposal seems overly complicated, that's because it is.