State Senate President Steve Sweeney's property tax cut plan does not include a millionaires' tax increase even though he supports the idea. He knows where Governor Chris Christie stands on the issue of a millionaires' tax hike so Sweeney says including one would be pointless and poli…
New Jersey has roughly 16,000 millionaires and chances are you aren't one of them which is likely the reason most polls shows the vast majority of Garden State residents support a millionaires' tax increase.
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen Governor Chris Christie's "Jersey Comeback Tour" moves overseas next week, as the Governor and his family travel to Israel and Jordan for a trip being billed as a trade mission
Some top Democrats are talking about asking the voters in a 2013 ballot question if they would like to increase taxes on the state's roughly 16,000 millionaires as a means to pour hundreds of millions of dollars into the state's coffers to help the middle-class and working-poor.
Some leading Democrats in the New Jersey legislature are maneuvering to place a millionaires’ tax increase as a 2013 ballot question that would amend New Jersey’s Constitution. Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is firing back.