The Assembly unanimously passed seven bills on March 1 that seek to provide victims more rights in the criminal justice system and improve how cases involving sexual assault are handled.
Gov. Phil Murphy raised indoor capacities to 50%, including for indoor dining, gyms and personal care businesses.
Gov. Phil Murphy defended his administration’s actions after GOP State Senate and Assembly members held a four hour hearing looking at the response New Jersey undertook in fighting the coronavirus pandemic at long-term care facilities.
Teachers and childcare providers COVID-19 vaccine eligibility was moved up by 10 days in New Jersey.
The Bergen County Republican Organization will gather March 9 to decide who will receive the county line on the GOP primary.
During the month of March, New Jersey will twice expand the list for those eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine—headlined by teachers—despite the state continuing to face significant supply/demand imbalances.
Assemblyman Robert Auth (R-39) entered the race to be his party’s nominee this November backed by Carole Cardinale, State Sen. Gerald Cardinale widow.
The second longest serving Senator in New Jersey history, Cardinale passed away on Feb. 20 at Pascack Valley Hospital after a brief illness.
A group of bipartisan legislators are supporting articles of impeachment put forth by Assemblywoman Jean Stanfield.
Expanding the COVID-19 vaccine to pharmacies will rectify the issues of access to underserved communities, according to Gov. Phil Murphy.
In the 39th district, Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi is mounting a challenge to current State Sen. Gerald Cardinale to be the GOP nominee.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced the capacity limit would be increased to various indoor gatherings—including dining—in New Jersey effective Feb. 5.
The state Legislature recently advanced four bills aimed at boosting nursing home safety, including measures to improve infection control standards and increase transparency from facilities.