Senate Republican Budget Officer Steven Oroho (R-24) called it “a bad economic move that will only dig the Garden State into a deeper financial hole over the long run.”
New Jersey will soon enact stringent environmental justice legislation that will allow the state to reject permits for projects that could have a detrimental impact on already “overburdened” communities.
A task force formed to address the problem of bullying in schools unveiled a report proposing recommendations to improve policies in New Jersey and nationwide.
With the U.S. Census Bureau schedule to end its count a month earlier than expected, state officials are making a final push to ensure New Jersey’s hard-to-reach groups are represented.
With many students kicking off a new school year virtually, State Sen. M. Teresa Ruiz (D-29) introduced a pair of bills aimed at making remote learning easier for teachers and parents.
State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli shared an overview of various treatments being used on patients with coronavirus, which, depending on the severity of their condition, range from steroids to convalescent plasma therapy.
Districts across the state face a number of challenges heading into the new academic year, from PPE to staff shortages, according to the New Jersey School Boards Association.
New Jersey is now one of nine states that will provide universal mail-in voting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which means ballots will be automatically mailed to all registered voters.
The State Senate and Assembly passed a bipartisan measure (that would allocate $30 million to the Economic Development Authority through the CARES Act to reimburse restaurants.
Four bills aimed at strengthening New Jersey’s long-term care facilities against future viral outbreaks have advanced in the state Assembly.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, recent tax payments are on track with expectations set by the state Department of Treasury.
The state Legislature continued a series of hearings on the spread of COVID-19 in New Jersey’s long-term care facilities, which included a review of nearly a dozen bills aimed at strengthening the system against future outbreaks.
New Jersey legislators are working to bring funding to support manufacturing businesses in the Garden State that are producing medical supplies that can aid in
North Jersey Republican lawmakers are leading the charge against Gov. Phil Murphy’s newly-unveiled plan to allow voters to cast ballots by mail.