The state has accelerated its use of business incentives since Republican Gov. Chris Christie took office in 2010.
This time, New Jersey lawmakers see a loophole, planning to partially repeal the state ban and allow casinos and racetracks to proceed without regulation.
The bill would lower the current limit of 15 bullets to 10.
The proposal, which has cleared an Assembly committee, would be targeted at those who live in the state and attend medical school here.
Many pundits saw Booker as the most effective candidate to go up against incumbent Republican governor Chris Christie.
New Jersey residents affected by Sandy may get a break on the taxes they’ve been paying.
Newly released federal numbers put New Jersey’s unemployment rate at 9.8 percent, a full 1½ percent above the national average and continuing as the highest rate in the tri-state.
The Internet mega-retailer Amazon.com is looking to set up shop in New Jersey — a move that could mean big bucks to the state in the long term.
It’s a plan driven more by economics than emotions.