For March 18, the state reported 3,738 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 27 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 857,739 and 24,103.
The reinstatement was taken in defiance of a motion set forth by Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal to deny the request.
A Monmouth University Poll showed 53% of Americans believe an independent commission is the best way to get the truth about the Jan. 6 riot.
A pair of bills in the Assembly would address homelessness within the Garden State as well as senior abuse and neglect.
For March 16, the state reported 3,141 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 41 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 844,563 and 23,854.
Another bill from North Jersey Assemblyman Chris Tully (D-38) would defray costs for small business winterizing their businesses.
North Jersey State Sens. Joe Pennacchio and Kristin Corrado blasted Gov. Phil Murphy’s pick for assistant CEO at the Menlo Park veterans home.
One in five Americans think a sense of normalcy will return by the Summer, with 40% anticipating normalcy by the end of the year.
Rep. Sherrill noted as weather forecasting remains inherently uncertain, the legislation would need to address that uncertainty and address predictions of weather impacts.
The legislation would establish criteria for state-funded regionalization studies to understand the issue better.
The bill is a $1.9 trillion emergency COVID-19 stimulus package with stipulations to increase financial aid to American families alongside states and local communities.
“Governor Murphy has a multi-billion dollar surplus already banked and is likely to get another $6 billion in federal aid in the coming weeks,” said Bucco. “It’s an insult to every New Jerseyan.”
New Jersey Republicans in Trenton are taking issue with Gov. Phil Murphy’s budget allocations for education across the state, arguing it would hamstring underfunded districts in Northwestern New Jersey.
The transit agency wanted to figure out a way to move a stadium’s worth of people seamlessly and continuously between Secaucus Junction and the Meadowlands Sports and Entertainment Complex.