Coming off a recent White House coronavirus meeting, Gov. Phil Murphy believes the exclusion of President-elect Joe Biden’s team must come to an end.
State Sen. Kristin Corrado and Assemblyman Christopher DePhillips introduced legislation to exempt masks from New Jersey’s sales tax.
The bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus is offering a plan to help break the gridlock on the latest COVID-19 relief package and encourage negotiators to get back to the table.
Higher Education Secretary Zakiya Smith Ellis said most institutions will likely reopen with some hybrid version of in-person and online learning, stating “Colleges this summer and fall will not look the same as they did last year.”
Civil rights leader Dr. Mary Frances Berry believes now is the time for Congress to enact police reforms that have been kicking around in Washington for years.
With New Jersey’s estimated revenue loss in excess of $10 billion due to the COVID-19 shutdown, Gov. Phil Murphy is once again urging residents to complete their 2020 Census forms.
Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli reported she recently held discussions with Germany’s Minister of Health Jens Spahn about how Germany efforts in containing COVID-19 but in tracking the virus throughout their country.
Gov. Phil Murphy blasted an Atlantic County official’s call for the state to be reopened in an unusual flash of anger in public over the weekend.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved New Jersey’s request to use emergency sheltering for individuals impacted by COVID-19 not able to isolate themselves.
Assemblyman Clinton Calabrese was the first politician in New Jersey to disclose he has tested positive for the coronavirus. Calabrese tested positive after taking a