“The Murphy Administration peddled outrageous claims about the state’s finances over the past year that have proven to be completely false,” said State Sen. Steve Oroho (R-24), the Republican Budget Officer.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle in an exclusive interview with North-JerseyNews.com detailed why she is the choice than Assemblyman Gordon Johnson to the party’s nominee for State Senate.
The Road Forward plan is four coordinated initiatives, focused on assisting students and educators in the Spring, next school year and beyond.
Over the weekend, the state reported 7,654 new COVID-19 cases and 93 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 722,167 and 21,989.
Over 650,000 New Jerseyans have signed up at the New Jersey Vaccine Scheduling System for the COVID-19 vaccine in its first week.
This new legislation expands on the Madison Holleran Suicide Prevention Act, which was enacted in 2016.
“We recognize that any continuance of the pause would likely mean that many sports seasons would have to be scrapped entirely,” Gov. Phil Murphy said Dec. 30. “We do not wish to see that happen.”
Among those President Donald Trump granted clemency to was Charles Kushner, convicted in 2005 on charges brought by the then-U.S. Attorney for New Jersey, Chris Christie.
The state this week set up resources for those frontline healthcare workers who are struggling with their mental health.
State Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli said the pandemic’s impact on mental health cannot be ignored.
A task force formed to address the problem of bullying in schools unveiled a report proposing recommendations to improve policies in New Jersey and nationwide.
Assemblyman Kevin Rooney (R-40) is calling for detailed tracking focused on the impacts of conditions such as unemployment, isolation and economic recession on this vulnerable population.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is placing the blame for the lack of a national plan allowing the coronavirus to spread and ensuing economic fallout on Donald Trump.
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.