“Governor Murphy has a multi-billion dollar surplus already banked and is likely to get another $6 billion in federal aid in the coming weeks,” said Bucco. “It’s an insult to every New Jerseyan.”
Members of both the Assembly and State Senate decried the $44.83 billion spending proposal by the governor as not addressing issues that affect the quality of life of everyday New Jerseyans.
As of Feb. 12, the state reported 3,285 new COVID-19 cases and 64 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 774,062 and 22,393.
The Garden State has administered over a million doses of the two COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in the U.S.
The two Morris County lawmakers are pressing Gov. Phil Murphy to allow the parents of high school and youth athletes to be spectators at indoor events.
The bipartisan bill would ensure any PPP loans forgiven by the federal government would be exempt under New Jersey’s gross income tax.
On Feb. 3, the state reported 2,021 new COVID-19 cases and 52 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 705,801 and 21,5693.
A trio of bills aimed at changing operations at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission were advanced by lawmakers in Trenton.
The Biden Administration is altering the COVID-19 vaccine schedule to give states a larger window of what doses they will receive.
The State Senate Commerce Committee advanced legislation to establish a county-based mitigation plan to allow businesses to operate during a pandemic.
State Sen. Anthony M. Bucco (R-25) added, “The simple fact is, even with the unforeseen disruptions and challenges to our lives last year, the State of the State could be stronger if we didn’t have unnecessary missteps from this administration.”
Rep. Mikie Sherrill made the explosive claim that sitting members of Congress helped those planning to attack the U.S. Capitol.
The proposed law addresses concerns related to the recent death of Lucas C. Homeijer, a 27-year-old Boonton native, who succumbed to injuries sustained as a recruit during a training exercise at the New Jersey State Police Academy.
Sen. Cory Booker and Rep. Donald Payne announced their support to remove President Donald Trump from the White House