During the month of March, New Jersey will twice expand the list for those eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine—headlined by teachers—despite the state continuing to face significant supply/demand imbalances.
For Feb. 23, the state reported 2,516 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 104 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 772,267 and 22,978.
As of Feb. 8, the state reported 2,2184 new COVID-19 cases and 25 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 724,728. and 22,011.
On Jan. 7, the state reported 6,314 new COVID-19 cases and 123 confirmed deaths, bring those respective cumulative totals to 564,798 and 19,646.
President Donald Trump pressured Georgia’s Republican secretary of state to “find” him enough votes to overturn the presidential election
Bills working their way through the State Senate would provide aid to families of police officers who helped with rescue efforts and raise the age limit of firefighters in New Jersey.
The state this week set up resources for those frontline healthcare workers who are struggling with their mental health.
The state will have six mega sites throughout New Jersey to serve as vaccination hubs for phased priority groups.
The law would allow new drivers who passed their road tests to drive for 60 days while waiting to receive their probationary drivers’ license.
After winning a third term to serve New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District, Rep. Josh Gottheimer believes the party can use his success as a blueprint moving forward.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is pushing a suite of legislative initiatives to prevent the next terrorist attack. Gottheimer’s proposal looks to thwart Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs) online arsenal to promoting terror and extremist threats that have continued to evolve since 9/11.
New Jersey will distribute $37 million in federal money to 12 counties, including Morris, Sussex and Warren, initial ineligible for CARES Act money to combat the coronavirus.
The New Jersey Supreme Court, in a unanimous ruling, found that the Murphy Administration borrowing plan that could reach nearly $10 billion is constitutional.
The House of Representatives recently passed the Safeguarding America’s First Responders Act (SAFR) of 2020, making public safety officers who contract COVID-19 in the line of duty eligible for benefits.