The state’s highest court decision allows for the release of names for law enforcement officers who commit actions that result to “major discipline.”
Over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, New Jersey state, county, and local police departments will begin strictly ticketing unbuckled drivers and passengers.
New Jersey has no plans at this time to adopt the mask recommendations published by the CDC on May 13.
Lockdown drills would need to take into consideration the impact on the mental health of students.
Gov. Phil Murphy will unveil “fairly significant news” on the next steps for the state’s gradual reopening.
State Sen. Steve Oroho (R-24) stated the recent moves by President Joe Biden and Gov. Phil Murphy for tighter gun control are an attack on the Second Amendment.
New Jersey will open COVID-19 vaccinations eligibility to people 16 and older starting April 19
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law a bill that now requires early voting hours in New Jersey this Fall.
New Jersey continues to expand the eligibility of those receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Guidelines allowing for visitations at long-term care facilities in New Jersey during the coronavirus pandemic were revised that will result in increased interactions between residents and their loved ones.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced that state offices and all six vaccine mega-sites will remain closed on Feb. 2.
On Feb. 1, the state reported 3,114 new COVID-19 cases and 34 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 700,346 and 21,513.
Gov. Phil Murphy said he sees fans in high school stands this Winter—if COVID-19 numbers keep improving.
Public health emergencies compound the challenges faced by disabled individuals as the needs of this vulnerable population appear to have been overlooked during the COVID-19