The Online Terrorism Prevention Act will require regular disclosures when designated terrorist organizations utilize social media platforms.
Sen. Menendez was able to secure a one-year extension of Sandy-related Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief funds allocated for the projects, which was set to expire Sept. 30, 2022.
The College Athletes Bill of Rights was designed to guarantee fair and equitable compensation for college athletes, in addition to enforceable health and safety standards.
Bills working their way through the State Senate would provide aid to families of police officers who helped with rescue efforts and raise the age limit of firefighters in New Jersey.
The two called for answers regarding the supposed Russian hack, arguing the Trump Administration was not taking the threat seriously enough.
The bill was blocked on the floor by Kentucky’s Sen. Rand Paul, who insisted the same privacy protection be afforded to elected Members of Congress.
The bills appropriate funds for constitutionally dedicated purposes including farmland preservation purposes.
Additionally, the state reported over a hundred confirmed deaths in one day for the first time since June 3.
The law would allow new drivers who passed their road tests to drive for 60 days while waiting to receive their probationary drivers’ license.
The bill would create the organizational and regulatory systems required to oversee operations of the cannabis industry in New Jersey.
The bill authorizes the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to work on various water resource projects across the nation.
Federal lawmakers lauded the step as long-overdue milestone in the state’s fight to upgrade the state’s transit infrastructure.
Legislation to create shared services programs to generate taxpayer savings passed the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
The suit alleges the company monopolized the market for personal social networking services, as well as engaging in illegal mergers and other anti-competitive tactics.