State Sen. Anthony M. Bucco (R-25) added, “The simple fact is, even with the unforeseen disruptions and challenges to our lives last year, the State of the State could be stronger if we didn’t have unnecessary missteps from this administration.”
Gov. Phil Murphy recently signed legislation placing limits on service fees charged to restaurants by third-party delivery applications and websites during state of emergencies declared in response to COVID-19.
A bill which would limit the percentage third-party delivery services could charge to restaurants during a declared state of emergency passed the Assembly Labor Committee.
Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi introduced a bill allowing municipalities to establish a street fair model for local businesses to sell goods, food and beverages while maintaining current coronavirus health guidelines.
North Jersey shops are hoping the ability to offer curbside pick-up service will give them a boost following extended closures due to the coronavirus outbreak.
As New Jersey begins to set the stage for expanded coronavirus testing, the first death of a child in New Jersey was announced May 8 by New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli.
A $75 million aid package unveiled by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) on March 26 aims to help keep small- and mid-size businesses