Gov. Phil Murphy signed an Executive Order allowing the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports.
Sen. Cory Booker closed his remarks during the nomination hearing of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S Supreme Court by declaring he will not vote for the nominee.
New Jersey Department of Health released its guidance on how residents can celebrate Halloween this year.
Gov. Phil Murphy said President Donald Trump’s decision to attend a fundraiser in New Jersey showed “a lack of leadership and not for the first time” in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis.
Democratic lawmakers introduced a $32.7 billion, nine-month state budget proposal that increases taxes on millionaires and corporations, boosts the state’s surplus to more than $2.5 billion and calls for $4.5 billion in borrowing to help close a revenue shortfall.
Republicans across the state pressed Gov. Phil Murphy on his decision to pivot to only voting by mail in the Garden State, arguing there was no reason to ban in-person voting for those who wished to.
State officials say the daily positive percent rate among young adults for the coronavirus has climbed to a level that is “really striking” compared to the rest of the residents in New Jersey.
While acknowledging the long lines that have frustrated residents and lawmakers in North Jersey, New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) Chief Administrator Sue Fulton sought to assure the public that the commission is effectively doing its job.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is pushing a suite of legislative initiatives to combat terrorists increasingly using social media platforms
With an eye toward Fall and the flu season, state health officials are reinforcing the importance of protecting oneself against COVID-19.
Gov. Phil Murphy described the lawsuit brought against the state by President Doanld Trump’s re-election campaign in regards to the New Jersey expansion of vote-by-mall as part of the President’s “full-throated propaganda campaign to undermine the election itself.”
Gov. Phil Murphy’s use of the bully pulpit—and local law enforcement—appeared to have worked when it comes to the uses of masks around the Jersey Shore.
State Sen. Anthony M. Bucco (R-25) introduced a legislative package to provide solutions to long lines and additional delays at New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) locations. The package was made up of three measures.
As the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) continues to work its way through a backlog caused by the agency’s COVID-19-related closure, Gov. Phil Murphy is reminding residents they may be able to “skip the trip” to renew licenses and registration.