The New Jersey State AFL-CIO recently testified before the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to support the PSE&G Energy Strong Program, a five-year $3.9 billion program that will fund important upgrades to our state’s energy infrastructure and result in a more reliable energy grid during times of crisis.
Endorsement Decisions Made for all 120 State Legislative Seats and a Slate of 60 Rank-and-File Union Members Running for Public Office
The "Working Families Flexibility Act of 2013" also known as "comp time" legislation, passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 223 to 204 mostly along party lines on May 8, 2013. We thank all members of the New Jersey House delegation who voted against this anti-worker bill and are proud that of the eight Republicans throughout the nation who opposed this bill, three were from New Jersey.
Governor Chris Christie has been recognized as one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world for the second time, but the question remains: what impact has the Governor's influence had?
TRENTON - Public Service Electric & Gas may have dubbed its multibillion-dollar 10-year infrastructure upgrade plan “Energy Strong,” but in a stern warning issued yesterday, state regulators made clear the massive proposal was detail weak.
Congressional Republicans are taking the economy hostage again—threatening to blow it up unless vital services for working families are cut. Call your members of Congress Feb. 14 and tell them to stand up to these bullies, reject benefit cuts for Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid and cancel the across-the-board budget cuts to food and workplace safety, education and more.