Dr. Anthony Fauci believes New Jersey is positioned to withstand a second coronavirus wave.
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal recently announced penalties have been levied against twelve businesses charged with price gouging or false advertising.
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that New Jersey filed an antitrust lawsuit against 26 drug companies, arguing they conspired to artificially inflate the prices of 80 topical generic drugs.
New Jersey and federal officials are cracking down on crimes such as price gouging, medical supply hoarding and insurance fraud during the COVID-19 crisis. On
New Jersey’s latest COVID-19 test results increased the state’s total by nearly a 1,000, reported Gov. Phil Murphy. “There’s clearly community spread going on,” Murphy
As reported on North-JerseyNews.com last week, Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs (DCA) are working to protect consumers
Malls throughout New Jersey were ordered closed by Gov. Phil Murphy as part of the state’s aggressive social distancing measures. Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli stated