State Sen. Joe Pennacchio put forward a plan to help the state’s businesses contend with the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, specifically rent.
The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (NJOHSP) is fighting against disinformation on the novel coronavirus by working to ensure disinformation, scams and rumors related to the pandemic do not negatively impact businesses and citizens across the state.
Gov. Phil Murphy came out swinging again against Washington during the state’s daily coronavirus briefing April 23. The governor said U.S. Treasury guidance on how states can use funding from the CARES Act “renders much of this funding unusable.”
Reps. Josh Gottheimer and Bill Pascrell, Jr., in conjunction with Sens. Bon Menendez and Cory Booker, were able to secure about $2.4 million in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) public assistance grants to the Bergen County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) to bolster response efforts in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
As issues at long-term care facilities are at the forefront in the battle with COVID-19, Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle is offering a bill designed to dignify those who succumbed to the disease.
Sen. Bob Menendez unveiled a bipartisan agreement to deliver federal resources to states and communities on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic. The fund will encompass $500 billion.
New Jersey will receive more than $160 million in federal funding to support airports in the state, which have been hit particularly hard by the current public health and economic crisis.
New Jersey’s lawmakers are looking for ways to shore up the state’s medical industry by enlisting help from non-conventional means, including changes to medical education limits and allowing more doctors on visits to practice.
New Jersey lawmakers are working to ensure funding provided to New Jersey through the Coronavirus Aid, Response, and Economic Security (CARES) Act makes its way counties including to Warren, Sussex and Morris as they were unable to receive funding due to program limitations.
It appears Gov. Phil Murphy has another inductee for the “New Jersey Knucklehead Hall of Shame.” Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division of
Gov. Phil Murphy signaled he would enact a bill April 14 to extend new Jersey’s income and corporate tax filing to July 15. The Covid-19 Fiscal Mitigation Act won approval in the Legislature April 13.
Reps. Josh Gottheimer, Mikie Sherrill, and Tom Malinowski helped secure $1.7 million in funding for Zufall Health Centers under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
The Problem Solvers Caucus called upon Congress to ensure its responsibilities were not abdicated as the coronavirus pandemic continued. “We need a clear process to
While State Sen. Anthony M. Bucco commended Gov. Phil Murphy’s focus on protecting the lives and health of New Jerseyans, the state senator believes more