As we get closer to the June 8 primary election, North-JerseyNews.com will post a weekly notebook of press releases produced by the candidates.
All six of New Jersey’s coronavirus vaccine mega sites are offering walk-in vaccinations going forward
North Jersey politicians weighed in with their thoughts on President Joe Biden’s address.
Following is reaction from North Jersey politicians to the President Biden’s April 28 address to members of the House and Senate.
We must continue to work on long-term solutions, including the Gateway Project, to address our region’s infrastructure needs,” said Sen. Cory Booker.
Rep. Bill Pascrell’s bill would end a tax deduction for companies that outsource jobs and business activity.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced the easing of restrictions for a variety of activities and higher outdoor capacity limits, effective May 10.
The Superfund Polluter Pays Restoration Act reinstates and indexes for inflation the excise tax on polluting industries to pay for the cleanup of Superfund sites.
Jersey City reverses course and will begin in-school instruction April 29.
“We cannot wait any longer to end this national nightmare. There are…steps we can take that will save lives,” said Sen. Cory Booker.
New Jersey lawmakers and members of the law enforcement community offered their comments after the verdict convicting Derek Chauvin of murder.
Following are the statements from New Jersey lawmakers and members of the law enforcement community after the conviction of Derek Chauvin.
A Northwest New Jersey center would serve the 50,000 veterans living in Sussex, Morris, Hunterdon, and Warren counties.
New Jersey has nearly reached half its goal of getting New Jersey residents fully vaccinated