“This week’s Supreme Court decision heralded a new chapter for police transparency and accountability in New Jersey,” New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said.
For June 11, the state reported 194 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and four confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 1,019,107 and 26,322.
Senate Republicans described Gov. Phil Murphy’s budget plan as “a massive and unsustainable election year budget.”
The study found that New Jersey residents will pay the most taxes over their lifetimes by over $100,000 to the closest state.
“Is the science somehow different for State employees?” Bucco asked.
“Let’s put some common-sense gun safety laws on the American books, not just at the state level,” Gov. Murphy said.
“We must continue fighting for communities across Warren and Sussex Counties to help boost their broadband connectivity,” said Gottheimer.
State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio said “federal stimulus dollars have been a game-changer…for individuals and businesses.”
“Without accountability and a meaningful reckoning…that fueled the Jan. 6 attack, we won’t be able to move forward together as a nation,” said Sherrill.
“If it’s a bipartisan committee, we’d be happy to present,” Persichilli told the panel.
New Jersey voters would have to show a form of ID at the polls among other reforms wanted by Republicans.
Infrastructure assets like water utilities, toll lanes, and parking lots would be eligible for New Jersey to be added to its investment portfolios
The Climate Change Resilience Strategy outlines a comprehensive set of actions designed to combat climate change.
“There simply is no good excuse for the repeated disruption of service at our MVC agencies.”