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State union workers get raises, back pay in contract with Phil Murphy but cost...

Closing an acrimonious chapter with former Gov. Chris Christie, union workers secure a victory in contract negotiations with Phil Murphy.

       

Phil Murphy: NJ tech not just about Amazon

As Amazon looms, New Jersey needs to court smaller, faster-growing companies, Gov. Phil Murphy said.

       

Cameras in New Jersey parking meters? The 'smart' devices could cause a spike in...

The high-tech meters, which can record infractions and alert authorities, could help towns but cost drivers, as a test in Palisades Park is showing        

Senate candidate Bob Hugin on immigration policy

In an interview before the June primary, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Bob Hugin says he would push for tougher border enforcement and a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.

       

New Jersey shutdown: Here's what happens if state government does close

Beaches and parks could be closed ahead of July 4, MVC offices could be shuttered and all non-essential services will come to a halt.

       

Hackensack Meridian executive Jose Lozano to lead business-backed Choose New Jersey

A business-backed non-profit that drew controversy under Chris Christie will carry on under the leadership of an ally of Gov. Phil Murphy

       

Transcript: The Record's interview with Gov. Phil Murphy

The Record and NorthJersey.com sat down with Gov. Phil Murphy following his first 100 days in office.

       

Blowback on legal weed | Sheneman cartoon

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Registering to vote in New Jersey will become automatic by end of the year

A Democratic effort to expand voter access that was blocked for years is signed into law by Phil Murphy

       

North Korea, South Korea talk peace, but NJ Korean-Americans remain skeptical

While North and South Korea talk peace, some North Jersey Korean-American remain skeptical.