The bill is a $1.9 trillion emergency COVID-19 stimulus package with stipulations to increase financial aid to American families alongside states and local communities.
An FDU Poll recently found New Jerseyans seem less confident in the safety of a potential coronavirus vaccine.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed an Executive Order allowing the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports.
Gov. Phil Murphy used the occasion on the state being approved for a new federal unemployment program to push yet again for federal aid.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into a law a bill to extend permits to a variety of industries, including banks, construction, real estate companies, and other private projects.
Assemblyman Brian Bergen blasted Gov. Phil Murphy for delaying the previously-announced reopening schedule for New Jersey’s restaurants, saying the governor was inconsiderate of the costs small businesses incur.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is placing the blame for the lack of a national plan allowing the coronavirus to spread and ensuing economic fallout on Donald Trump.
Indoor dining, casinos and racetracks in New Jersey closed due to the COVID-19 crisis will be allowed to open to customers starting July 2.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced restaurants, racetracks and casinos will open their doors to patrons in time for the 4th of July holiday.
A bill which would limit the percentage third-party delivery services could charge to restaurants during a declared state of emergency passed the Assembly Labor Committee.
A day of protests over the death of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer were held across the nation, including New Jersey.
As New Jersey begins to set the stage for expanded coronavirus testing, the first death of a child in New Jersey was announced May 8 by New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli.
Gov. Phil Murphy took the state’s case for federal aid needed as a result of the COVID-19 crisis directly to President Donald Trump.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order reopening parks and golf courses around the state. The order will take effect at sunrise on May 2 with social distancing continuing to be mandated.