Dwundling tax revenues and the lack of a budget plan are a much higher priority.
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Since That Proposed Soda Tax Went Over So Well, the City’s Now Floating a Plan to Increase ‘Liquor-by-the-Drink’ Tax
The proposed five percent increase to the already burdensome ten percent "liquor-by-the-drink" tax is designed to raise money for the School Reform Commission.
Though the bill has support, it still faces an uphill battles with the state's agriculture industry.
The outgoing secretary's brief run was surrounded in controversy almost from day one.
The bill now awaits Senate approval.
He might be taking a beating for Jersey's financial outlook, but he's the toast of the craft beer set right now.
The mayor won't get on board with plans to turn a public right-of-way to private use with so much opposition form the neighborhood.
Though the threats are real, NJ's Governor Chris Christie doesn't take them seriously.
Since the bar got its way with taking over the underused street, it will most likely get its balconies too.
Tax credits for health insurance give restaurateurs the ability to assemble healthy and loyal employees poised to help grow the business.
Inspector General’s Investigation Confirms What Everyone Suspected: The LCB Is Rife with Self-Serving Layabouts
Surely this won't go over well if and when the privatization debate resumes.
The hoagie diss makes Romney look just as foolish as John Kerry when he ordered a cheesesteak with Swiss cheese at Pat's Steaks back in 2003.
The debate will most likely continue, but who knows when?
Lawmakers never resume debating the issue yesterday, and it's doubtful they will before their summer break.
The plan to close Bodine Street received the Planning Commission's approval.
You know what they say, right? If at first you don't succeed, try and try again.
The idea was quickly shot down in Pittsburgh.
Voters rejected the referendum by nearly two to one.
Voters will make their decisions today.
Critically Panned Water Works Restaurant Soaks City Tax Payers For Hundreds of Thousands In Utilities Expenses
The insult to injury here is, it's not even a decent restaurant.