Rep. Josh Gottheimer is at the forefront of an attempt to forge a coronavirus stimulus deal in Washington.
“I’m a big boy, thick skin. That doesn’t impact me at all and I think I could say the same thing for my wife,” stated Murphy. “But let’s leave my family out of this.”
Gov. Phil Murphy and the head of the New Jersey State Police labeled the actions of Trump supporters as “dangerous” when they blocked off the Garden State Parkway on Nov. 1.
“It’s exactly the type of situation we cannot have,” said Murphy at a press briefing Sept. 16. “It was irresponsible from top to bottom in every respect.”
Indoor dining and movie theaters will be able to reopen for the Labor Day weekend
Four bills aimed at strengthening New Jersey’s long-term care facilities against future viral outbreaks have advanced in the state Assembly.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) awarded just over $1.2 million in Public Assistance (PA) grants to the Bergen County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) to aid in the county’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A bipartisan proposal to nearly quadruple how many hours recruits spend on self-defense training at the police academy is being backed by two North Jersey legislators.
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.
State officials classified nearly 2,000 deaths of New Jersey residents as “probable” from COVID-19.
While New Jersey’s COVID-19 curve has been flattening, North Jersey legislators are working to steer federal funding to help one of the hardest hit states in the country continue with recovery efforts.
Indoor dining, casinos and racetracks in New Jersey closed due to the COVID-19 crisis will be allowed to open to customers starting July 2.
The state Assembly moved forward with four bills focusing on social justice reform during their legislative session June 15.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal issued an order directing all law enforcement agencies acting within the state’s purview to publicly identify officers who commit serious disciplinary violations by Dec. 31.