Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation allowing residents to place wagers using New Jersey’s horse racing account wagering system while in another state.
A Hopatcong woman was arrested at her home Nov. 25 on charges she sent money to a Syrian foreign terrorist organization.
The Division of Travel and Tourism within would identify and develop a craft brewery trail featuring some of the state’s best brewpubs and breweries.
New Jersey’s Department of Health provided guidelines to long-term care facilities on visitation policies for the holidays.
State Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-37) and Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D-37) pushed for greater coordination among service providers in the industry, while establishing regional paratransit coordinating councils.
The first bill requires minimum direct care staff-to-resident ratios in New Jersey long-term care facilities, while the second law mandates long-term care facilities to institute policies to prevent social isolation of residents.
Bipartisan legislation in the Assembly could help the more than 7,000 home-based businesses that are started in the Garden State
State officials rolled out New Jersey’s COVID-19 vaccination plan when one becomes available.
A nine-bill package that proposes to improve how New Jersey investigates and prosecutes cases involving sexual assault and sexual harassment is being considered by the state Legislature
Seeking to protect residents’ access to reproductive health care, Gov. Phil Murphy recently announced the introduction of the Reproductive Freedom Act.
The bill requires licensed facilities to maintain sufficient inventories of personal protective equipment (PPE). Supply requirements will depend on the number of facilities owned by a health system.
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.
The first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden was not good.
Two bills to address issues arising from the COVID-19 crisis at long-term care facilities sponsored by Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle were recently approved by both houses and now await action by Gov. Phil Murphy.