New Jersey lawmakers, while pleased with the $900 billion package, say more aid is needed.
A state of emergency was declared by Gov. Phil Murphy as the first major Winter storm of the 2020/2021 season hit North Jersey.
After two weeks of negotiations, the $908 billion bipartisan and bicameral coronavirus stimulus bill has been introduced as two separate measures.
The Electoral College formally selected Joe Biden as the next President of the United States.
As of Dec. 14, the cumulative number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey reached 405,448 with 4,805 total new cases and 25 new deaths, bringing that total to 15,907.
The framework allocates $908 billion in total aid, including both new funding and the reallocation of previously appropriated CARES Act funding.
State officials rolled out New Jersey’s COVID-19 vaccination plan when one becomes available.
An FDU Poll recently found New Jerseyans seem less confident in the safety of a potential coronavirus vaccine.
The Department of the Treasury reported that September revenue collections for the major taxes was down 4.4% from 2019 and down nearly 9% for the first quarter of the financial year.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer recently shed light on federal COVID-19 relief investment that was clawed back for two Northwest counties in New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is leading a bipartisan Congressional group seeking to provide the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Department of the Treasury with additional support to combat COVID-19-related loan fraud.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is urging leaders on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue to get back to the bargaining table in order to pass a COVID-19 stimulus bill.
The race between Rep. Mikie Sherrill and GOP challenger Rosemary Becchi is a contest of two women with strong resumes looking to serve New Jersey’s 11th Congressional District.
State revenues continued to drop in August as New Jersey’s treasury department warned the end of federal aid is expected to impact the economy in the coming months.