Gov. Phil Murphy and the head of the New Jersey State Police labeled the actions of Trump supporters as “dangerous” when they blocked off the Garden State Parkway on Nov. 1.
New Jersey legislators in the Assembly are pursuing a bill aiming to protect voters from intimidation through the use of “poll watchers” and law enforcement officers stationed at polling sites.
The state has launched its health insurance marketplace, Get Covered New Jersey, despite questions if the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will survive a Supreme Court challenge.
New Jersey reported over 1,300 new COVID-19 cases on Oct. 8, the first time it has reached that number since May.
North-JerseyNews.com offers a guide to filling out and casting your mail-in ballot for the 2020 Election
Gov. Phil Murphy said President Donald Trump’s decision to attend a fundraiser in New Jersey showed “a lack of leadership and not for the first time” in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is pushing a suite of legislative initiatives to combat terrorists increasingly using social media platforms
Indoor dining and movie theaters will be able to reopen for the Labor Day weekend
New Jersey is now one of nine states that will provide universal mail-in voting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which means ballots will be automatically mailed to all registered voters.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed three bills into law to help New Jersey prepare for a hybrid but largely mail-in election this November.
New Jersey state officials reluctantly submitted an application to the FEMA for Lost Wages Supplemental Assistance program.
Gov. Phil Murphy proposed a $32 billion, nine-month revised spending plan for fiscal year 2021.
With the November election looming in the distance, legislation designed to improve vote-by-mail procedures was advanced by the Senate State Government, Wager, Tourism, and Historic Preservation Committee.
A dozen New Jersey counties that didn’t previously qualify for federal monies to fight the coronavirus pandemic will share $37 million in aid, announced Gov. Phil Murphy and Rep. Josh Gottheimer.