State Sen. Kristin Corrado called on Gov. Phil Murphy to reopen government offices that service the public, including unemployment walk-in centers.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced the easing of restrictions for a variety of activities and higher outdoor capacity limits, effective May 10.
“Instead of solving problems, the Department of Labor has only made things worse,” said State Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-37)
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law a bill that now requires early voting hours in New Jersey this Fall.
GOP lawmakers heard testimony from residents frustrated by the inability of the state to process their claims as well as experts that offered areas where officials could modernize the agency.
In the wake of the deadly shootings in Aurora, GA, and Boulder, CO, Sen. Cory Booker lamented the government’s inaction to curtail gun violence.
Any plans to ease coronavirus restrictions in the Garden State are being delayed as new cases are no longer declining.
State Sen. Kristin Corrado said Gov. Phil Murphy’s decision to expand indoor capacity for some businesses was a step in the right direction, but more was needed
President Joe Biden said he would order states to make all adults eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine by May 1 and that a return to normalcy was possible by July 4.
A new poll shows while public opinion of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is approving, New Jersey is receiving significantly falling marks for its vaccination plan
Members of both the Assembly and State Senate decried the $44.83 billion spending proposal by the governor as not addressing issues that affect the quality of life of everyday New Jerseyans.
Murphy said the state’s priorities as laid out in the budget are to “build a New Jersey that emerges from the pandemic healthier and more resilient, both physically and economically. A stronger and fairer New Jersey not just for today, but for the generations to come.”
Reps. Tom Malinowski (NJ-7) and Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) are looking for guidance from the federal government to accelerate getting teachers back into the classroom
Two of New Jersey’s six coronavirus vaccine mega-sites had to close for at least a day because of the lack of available doses.