A trio of bills aimed at changing operations at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission were advanced by lawmakers in Trenton.
Over the weekend, the state reported 8,459 new COVID-19 cases and 103 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 696,829 and 21,448.
The rules would allow parole decisions to be made by those who are actively involved in the day-to-day rehabilitation of youth.
The bill would require each board of education to provide a middle school civics course beginning in the 2022-2023 school year.
The state reported revenue collection for the major taxes totaled $4.3 billion, up 44.8% from December 2019.
The medal was a way of recognizing the contributions of New Jersey’s service men and women who were deployed to combat terror across the globe
The grant will provide $800 million in federal dollars to replace the a key link on the NJ Transit rail lines.
The Senator’s comments focused on the existing diplomatic challenges, including Chinese aggression and nuclear activity in Iran.
A pair of bills that would protect the rights and health of Garden State seniors were advanced by legislative panels in Trenton.
The bill was crafted in response and encouraged by a national dialogue on incidents occurring during routine law enforcement stops.
Hillsdale resident Omid Bayati attempted to bribe PVSC officials for help in procuring promotional opportunities within PVSC and politics broadly.
Rep. Mikie Sherrill led 30 members of Congress in requesting an investigation in regarding to suspicious access given to some visitors on Jan. 5.
The move was made following nearly 30 years of state control of district operations.
As of Jan. 6, the state’s total number of individual COVID-19 cases is 557,271 and total deaths at 19,523.