Gov. Phil Murphy signed an Executive Order allowing the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports.
Voters will get their say on if the state should legalize marijuana, offer property tax relief to Veterans and delay the redrawing of New Jersey’s legislative districts.
President Donald Trump plans to confirm a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the Nov. 3 election.
With the U.S. Census Bureau schedule to end its count a month earlier than expected, state officials are making a final push to ensure New Jersey’s hard-to-reach groups are represented.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is pushing a suite of legislative initiatives to combat terrorists increasingly using social media platforms
As New Jersey continues its battle against the COVID-19 outbreak, state officials are urging cooperation with contact tracers. “The greatest impediment to contact tracing has been from people not answering the phone or refusing to assist our contact tracers,” said Gov. Phil Murphy.
Three Assemblywomen will introduce legislation requiring school districts to provide remote instruction to start the 2020-2021 school year.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal joined a coalition of other state attorneys general in suing the Trump Administration to exclude undocumented immigrants in the 2020 Census.
OPINION: The vote-by-mail primary held July 7 in New Jersey increased the number of people who voted. But the process was far from a success.
New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli gave an update on how her department has implemented recommendations from the Manatt Health report.
Since mid-March, when the once-in-a-decade population count kicked off, 64.2% of residents have submitted their responses, compared with 62.3% of households nationally.
The House of Representatives recently passed the Safeguarding America’s First Responders Act (SAFR) of 2020, making public safety officers who contract COVID-19 in the line of duty eligible for benefits.
The 50% capacity limits on NJ Transit (NJT) and private-carrier buses, trains, light rail vehicles and Access Link vehicles will be lifted effective 8 p.m. July 15.
Assemblyman Robert Auth and Chris DePhillips decried changes to delay the drawing of new legislative districts if 2020 census data is not available.