The legislation was named in honor of Daniel Anderl, the son of U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas, who was killed by an individual seeking to harm the judge.
After New Jerseyans resoundingly endorsed adult use of recreational marijuana, legislation to enact the will of the people passed key committees in both the Assembly and State Senate.
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal issued a statement noting the the ballot measure to legalize marijuana made clear unregulated marijuana wasn’t legalized in the state.
New Jersey legislators remain vigilant in their efforts to hold the Board of Public Utilities responsible in the aftermath of significant storms.
The bill proposes fining an individual up to $500 for entering or remaining in a New Jersey store without properly wearing a mask that covers both their nose and mouth if the store has signage indicating a mask requirement.
North Jersey lawmakers on the state and federal levels are seeking to make sure meal programs are available to children returning to school this year.
Gov. Phil Murphy recently signed legislation placing limits on service fees charged to restaurants by third-party delivery applications and websites during state of emergencies declared in response to COVID-19.
A bill which would limit the percentage third-party delivery services could charge to restaurants during a declared state of emergency passed the Assembly Labor Committee.
While closing schools may be a helpful tool in stunting the spread of the coronavirus, it has at least one serious consequence: many children who