Rep. Josh Gottheimer is at the forefront of an attempt to forge a coronavirus stimulus deal in Washington.
Assemblyman Brian Bergen (R-25) accused the governor of “ruling by executive order, vetoing legislation that would help people.”
Rep. Josh Gottheimer plans to conduct a town-by-town review of schools in the Fifth District to determine if students eligible for free meals are receiving them.
Legislators panned the governor’s veto, calling it the latest blow to one of the hardest-hit industries by the pandemic.
With key statistics for COVID-19 rising by the day, the state’s top health official is warning New Jersey could return to conditions from this past Spring
State Sen. Steve Oroho was joined by Assemblyman Parker Space and Assemblyman Hal Wirths in condemning the move, arguing it was a reckless play that would increase human encounters with the animals.
Republican state lawmakers believe the $32.7 billion budget signed by Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy will only further stress taxpayers in New Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy believes the outdoor Fall high school sports season can go on as planned. State Sen. Paul Sarlo and Assemblyman Benjie Wimberly joined the governor in supporting a Fall sports season, but the final determination rests with the New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association.
North Jersey Republican lawmakers are leading the charge against Gov. Phil Murphy’s newly-unveiled plan to allow voters to cast ballots by mail.
A bill that would protect homeowners from voluntary associations that attempt to impose mandatory fees on all residents, regardless of membership, recently passed the Assembly.
Several North Jersey Republicans hit back at a tax plan being pushed by Gov. Phil Murphy that would see the state borrowing at least $5 billion to offset forecasted tax losses stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
The call for high school graduation ceremonies continues to grow louder in North Jersey after the Waldwick Board of Education approved a measure to file a lawsuit for in-person graduation ceremony.
Gov. Phil Murphy Road Back plan is being criticized by North Jersey Republicans from Morris, Sussex and Warren Counties for not doing enough to help business or offer a defined timeline to restart the economy.
Three North Jersey lawmakers are calling upon homeowner associations to stop imposing fees during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on those who are not members of the community.