A nine-bill package that proposes to improve how New Jersey investigates and prosecutes cases involving sexual assault and sexual harassment is being considered by the state Legislature
Gottheimer believes the tax would force data processing centers out of the state, hundreds of jobs and cause a multi-million loss in local tax revenue.
Legislators panned the governor’s veto, calling it the latest blow to one of the hardest-hit industries by the pandemic.
As part of that effort, Grewal issued guidance on Oct. 16 to county prosecutors, sheriffs and police chiefs across the state emphasizing rules regarding law enforcement activity at polling locations.
In a letter to BI Director Christopher Wray, lawmakers wrote they believe “the clear threat and pattern of violence demonstrated by members of groups like the Proud Boys merits increased security by the Bureau.”
the Democratic Congress members met with workforce leaders at Picatinny Arsenal and received a briefing from Brigadier General Vincent Malone on recent developments at the base.