We must continue to work on long-term solutions, including the Gateway Project, to address our region’s infrastructure needs,” said Sen. Cory Booker.
Gov. Phil Murphy expects to offer a timeline for further easing of coronavirus restriction next week.
Rep. Donald M. Payne, Jr. said he was encouraged by an Oval Office meeting with President Joe Biden about the project.
“The Murphy Administration peddled outrageous claims about the state’s finances over the past year that have proven to be completely false,” said State Sen. Steve Oroho (R-24), the Republican Budget Officer.
New Jersey state officials presented two coronavirus case models to prepare New Jerseyans for the pandemic that could last through the Summer.
New Jersey continues to expand the eligibility of those receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
The commission’s inaugural meeting marks a new era of cooperation with the federal government on improving the commuting experience for the people of New Jersey, according to lawmakers.
President Joe Biden said he would order states to make all adults eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine by May 1 and that a return to normalcy was possible by July 4.
the COVID-19 vaccine from New Brunswick based Johnson & Johnson, the third vaccine approved to fight the coronavirus in the United States, shipped out Feb. 28.
A new poll shows while public opinion of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is approving, New Jersey is receiving significantly falling marks for its vaccination plan
The transit agency wanted to figure out a way to move a stadium’s worth of people seamlessly and continuously between Secaucus Junction and the Meadowlands Sports and Entertainment Complex.
Murphy said the state’s priorities as laid out in the budget are to “build a New Jersey that emerges from the pandemic healthier and more resilient, both physically and economically. A stronger and fairer New Jersey not just for today, but for the generations to come.”
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law three bills that legalized and decriminalized marijuana in New Jersey.
The weather is the latest obstacle New Jersey officials are facing when it comes to administering the COVID-19 vaccine to state residents.