The Public Health Emergency caused by the coronavirus for the last 15 months is winding down in New Jersey.
As federal aid becomes available to New Jersey, GOP lawmakers want a say in deciding where the monies will be allocated.
“Is the science somehow different for State employees?” Bucco asked.
State Sen. Kristin Corrado called on Gov. Phil Murphy to reopen government offices that service the public, including unemployment walk-in centers.
The rate of transmission for the coronavirus in New Jersey dropped to 0.46 on May 2, its lowest level in a year.
All six of New Jersey’s coronavirus vaccine mega sites are offering walk-in vaccinations going forward
“There simply is no good excuse for the repeated disruption of service at our MVC agencies.”
“Instead of solving problems, the Department of Labor has only made things worse,” said State Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-37)
Gov. Phil Murphy will unveil “fairly significant news” on the next steps for the state’s gradual reopening.
State officials are hopeful that a third wave of the coronavirus has crested.
The legislation seeks to address long wait times at MVC agencies while maintaining public safety measures for those attempting to obtain REAL ID identification cards and taking driver’s license exams.
Gov. Phil Murphy and State Sen. Loretta Weinberg announced their support for the ticket in the 37th Legislative District headed by Assemblyman Gordon Johnson.
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
New Jersey Republicans in the State Senate and Assembly will join together to hold an investigation into Gov. Phil Murphy’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.