The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will take up bipartisan legislation that would end the 1991 and 2002 Iraq Authorizations for Use of Military Force.
A pair of bills sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-37) that would work to combat discrimination were approved by the Senate Labor Committee.
Work has begun on the Rebuild by Design Hudson River Project in Hoboken.
The project reached a milestone with the launch of a federal environmental review progress.
For June 9, the state reported 197 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 14 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 1,018,491 and 26,325.
The state’s highest court decision allows for the release of names for law enforcement officers who commit actions that result to “major discipline.”
“Here at this school and in this state, it is clear that children come first,” said U.S. Secretary of Education Dr. Miguel Cardona. “Students belong in school and that’s what we saw today.”
Law enforcement officers serving in tactical teams, proactive enforcement teams, canine units, or other teams that frequently interact will the public will be required to use BWCs.
Monies from the American Rescue Plan will be used to enhance cleaning services and expand staff levels to ensure high quality care for veterans during the pandemic.
The poll found 58% of New Jersey residents plan to visit the shore this Summer, a jump of over 30% from a year ago.
GOP lawmakers vow to fight mask mandates for kids, specifically for Summer camps and for school in the Fall.
The proposed law would ban anyone convicted of a felony sexual offense from being licensed as a healthcare professional, including chiropractors.
The legislation establishes a bipartisan panel under the January 6 Commission to investigate the terror assault on Capitol Hill.
Oroho has led the GOP charge in the Garden State calling for New Jersey officials to challenge New York’s taxation of remote workers.