“We must continue to create change and generate new policies to ensure these women are no longer abused by officers in charge,” said Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle.
This law will expand eligibility to dependent children of military personnel who attended high school in New Jersey for at least three years.
The measures include requiring corrections officers wear body cameras and increasing penalties for retaliating against prisoners who report abuse.
Three North Jersey lawmakers are proposing requiring New Jersey voters to show a form of ID at the polls.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer has a message for New York’s proposed “Congestion Tax:” Two can play this game.
State officials are considering taking more aggressive steps to increase the rate of long-term care facilities staffers receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in New Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy’s job approval rating nears 60% but falls short of a majority for those who say they will vote for him this November.
The new law provide $10 million in federal coronavirus relief aid for childcare providers throughout New Jersey.
State lawmakers representing Districts 24 and 36 are urging Gov. Phil Murphy to use American Rescue Plan funds on education and the economy.
For March 1, the state reported 2,668 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 21 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 792,496 and 23,273.
the COVID-19 vaccine from New Brunswick based Johnson & Johnson, the third vaccine approved to fight the coronavirus in the United States, shipped out Feb. 28.
An estimated 600 jobs will be lost after Mondelez confirmed to decision close down the plant in Fair Lawn.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced that veterans homes in New Jersey will get federal reinforcement in regards to staffing days after a shake up at New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
Of the 3,000 schools in New Jersey, state officials have documented just 11 outbreaks of in-school transmission of the coronavirus since classes started in September.