This new legislation expands on the Madison Holleran Suicide Prevention Act, which was enacted in 2016.
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 and the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education are awarding $150 million in federal CARES Act funds to eligible higher education institutions.
Four bills aimed at strengthening New Jersey’s long-term care facilities against future viral outbreaks have advanced in the state Assembly.
Three Assemblywomen will introduce legislation requiring school districts to provide remote instruction to start the 2020-2021 school year.
Legislation to expand an existing “bridge year” program across the state was signed into law, giving graduating high school seniors from the classes of 2021 and 2022 the ability to defer graduation to participate in a bridge year immediately after their senior year.
A proposal to overhaul health insurance plans for teachers at public schools in New Jersey recently advanced in Trenton after being unanimously approved by both the Assembly and Senate.
The new COVID-19 related laws include authorizing the sale and delivery of alcoholic beverages by the holders of certain retail consumption licenses; provide relief for students enrolled in various state higher education financial aid programs and two bills dealing with medical issues.
The Garden State Guarantee was borne out of a billboard on the New Jersey Turnpike. At William Paterson University the day after his budget address
Two separate bills combating child hunger for New Jersey students passed the state Assembly. The first proposal seeks to combat hunger among New Jersey students