“I support the American Jobs plan with a big line in the sand with (it must reinstate) the state and local tax (SALT) deduction,” stated Gottheimer.
Menendez said the bipartisan legislation would “take the shackles off of state-authorized cannabis businesses, allowing this burgeoning industry to thrive.”
Secretary Yellen promised she would work with Gottheimer through the various proposals currently being debated in Washington to try to ensure the inequities caused by the cap are remedied.
Gov. Phil Murphy and State Sen. Loretta Weinberg announced their support for the ticket in the 37th Legislative District headed by Assemblyman Gordon Johnson.
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.
State officials recently warned that the increase of coronavirus variants in the Garden State is an issue they are monitoring.
For the weekend of March 6 and 7, the state reported 5,092 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 54 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 811,609 and 23,574.
The poll found Americans overwhelmingly support stimulus checks, extending unemployment benefits and state and local aid.
Sherrill wants a 9/11 style commission to investigate the U.S. Capitol Riot Jan. 6 domestic terrorist attack on the U.S. Capitol and domestic terrorism more broadly.
North Jersey lawmakers, including Rep. Josh Gottheimer and Sens. Bob Menendez and Cory Booker, introduced the SALT Deductibility Act.
Federal and state lawmakers are focusing on legislation to improve broadband access in areas across the state like Sussex and Warren counties where help is needed.
A bill would bolster government efficiency and reduce damaging economic regulations while a second to shut down do-nothing advisory groups.
This law requires a parent/guardian to notify the childcare center if their child will be absent that day.
The bill was blocked on the floor by Kentucky’s Sen. Rand Paul, who insisted the same privacy protection be afforded to elected Members of Congress.