“New Jersey’s utilities must be more proactive to prevent massive outages and strengthen the grid State residents depend on,” said State Sen. Joe Pennacchio.
Gov. Phil Murphy proposed a $32 billion, nine-month revised spending plan for fiscal year 2021.
Concerns about the availability of COVID-19 testing supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) have spurred action from the Senate, while a fifth-district manufacturer creating a partnership with the federal government to prepare for the development of a vaccine.
The state’s COVID-19 testing capacity has reached a key milestone in Gov. Phil Murphy’s Road Back plan to reopen New Jersey.
The state’s primary election set for July 7 will be a combination of vote-by-mail and in-person.
As he coordinates on a daily basis with health professionals in North Jersey, at the forefront of each conversation Rep. Josh Gottheimer has is the