In an interview with North-JerseyNews.com, Rep. Sherrill discussed the importances of SALT to middle class families in her district.
During the month of March, New Jersey will twice expand the list for those eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine—headlined by teachers—despite the state continuing to face significant supply/demand imbalances.
Bills making their way through the legislature continue efforts to reform how policing is conduct in New Jersey.
Bills working their way through the State Senate would provide aid to families of police officers who helped with rescue efforts and raise the age limit of firefighters in New Jersey.
The police reform policy, which is the first of its kind in the United States, emphasizes de-escalation and calls for the use of force as a last resort by New Jersey’s law enforcement officers.
New Jersey officials in the last 10 days have offered insight on how and when the COVID-19 vaccine will be distributed throughout the Garden State.
Legislators are pledging to put more money towards getting body-worn cameras by police officers off the ground.
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal issued a statement noting the the ballot measure to legalize marijuana made clear unregulated marijuana wasn’t legalized in the state.
State officials plan to use “hotspot” teams used successfully in Lakewood in October to combat the second wave of the coronavirus in New Jersey.
A nine-bill package that proposes to improve how New Jersey investigates and prosecutes cases involving sexual assault and sexual harassment is being considered by the state Legislature
Legislative measures to reform the criminal justice system arising from the protests of the death of George Floyd were signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy July 1.
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.
The House passed the Public Safety Officer Pandemic Response Act, which would make COVID-19 a presumed line-of-duty injury under the Public Safety Officer Benefit program.