NJPP: Public Charge Rule is a Discriminatory Income Test

By a 5-4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court will allow the Trump administration’s “public charge” rule change to take effect.

Friday Facts and Figures: January 24, 2020

This past legislative session was the most productive since 1985.

New Jersey Can Make Overtime Pay

The Trump administration’s overtime rule leaves far too many workers behind.

Protecting Roe v. Wade is Not Enough

Access to reproductive health care is critical to advancing economic justice.

New Jersey Policy Perspective Elects Two New Board Members

Sarah Lechner and John Butler join the NJPP Board of Trustees.