NJ Transit (NJT) published a path forward for its NJ TRANSITGRID project to incorporate renewable energy technology to align with the goals presented in Gov. Phil Murphy’s Energy Master Plan.
Gov. Phil Murphy provided a more detailed timeline of the events leading up to two staffers testing positive for COVID-19.
Legislators panned the governor’s veto, calling it the latest blow to one of the hardest-hit industries by the pandemic.
Two of Murphy’s top aides, Deputy Chief of Staff Mike Delamater and senior adviser Dan Bryan, have tested positive for the coronavirus.
As part of that effort, Grewal issued guidance on Oct. 16 to county prosecutors, sheriffs and police chiefs across the state emphasizing rules regarding law enforcement activity at polling locations.
Geared now more to addressing the financial hardships the state has undergone due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tax would end after two years, during which the state could collect roughly $1 billion in revenue.