Gov. Phil Murphy proudly resorted to name calling a Florida congressman after he participated in a New York political event held in Jersey City.
The two pieces of legislation would require all uniformed LEOs in the state to wear a body-worn camera and would regulate their use.
A feared spike in coronavirus cases from Thanksgiving may be happening sooner than health officials anticipated as the state recorded 4,913 COVID-19 positive tests.
The news comes as the ongoing opioid epidemic appears to be growing worse during the COVID-19 outbreak, with drug overdose deaths in New Jersey up almost 10% this year.
Assemblyman Brian Bergen (R-25) accused the governor of “ruling by executive order, vetoing legislation that would help people.”
“I look at that Portobello restaurant and my jaw drops as oblivious everybody is not doing the right thing,” said Murphy.
The framework allocates $908 billion in total aid, including both new funding and the reallocation of previously appropriated CARES Act funding.
Rosemary Becchi, Republican candidate in New Jersey’s 11th congressional district, conceded on Nov. 25 to Rep. Mikie Sherrill, while Frank Pallotta accepted his defeat to Rep. Josh Gottheimer five days later.
Additionally, the state reported 4,661 news cases and 90 confirmed deaths on Dec. 1.
NJDOE would be required to compile and report on student progress and break the data up into ethic, racial and socioeconomic categories.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced more surgical restrictions to sports, outdoor gathering and long-term care facilities in an attempt to control the spread of the coronavirus.
Additionally, over 7,500 new infections and 37 new deaths were reported in New Jersey over the weekend.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation allowing residents to place wagers using New Jersey’s horse racing account wagering system while in another state.
Additionally, the state reported 4,100 total new cases Nov. 27 and 19 newly confirmed deaths, bringing that total to 15,113.