North Jersey officials are pitching their area of the state as an alternative for a fun—and safe—winter getaway.
The State Senate and Assembly passed a bipartisan measure (that would allocate $30 million to the Economic Development Authority through the CARES Act to reimburse restaurants.
Flanked by the chairs of his Restart and Recovery Commission, Gov. Phil Murphy said improvements in key health data is allowing officials to close in on expanding indoor activities.
Gov. Phil Murphy indicated the state is moving closer to having gyms open that were shut down due to the coronavirus as compared to indoor dining.
Gov. Phil Murphy accused President Donald Trump’s campaign of “full-throated propaganda” for filing a lawsuit against the state’s vote-by-mail plan.
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.