Gov. Phil Murphy had a strong message for New Jersey residents complaining about following the mask protocols in the state: “You know what’s more uncomfortable and annoying? When you die.”
North Jersey GOP lawmakers questioned the decision to close restaurants at 10 p.m.
State Sen. Kristin Corrado and Assemblyman Christopher DePhillips introduced legislation to exempt masks from New Jersey’s sales tax.
Meanwhile, the number of new coronavirus cases was over 3,000 for the second day in a row.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced that veterans homes in New Jersey will get federal reinforcement in regards to staffing days after a shake up at New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
Gov. Phil Murphy said President Donald Trump’s decision to attend a fundraiser in New Jersey showed “a lack of leadership and not for the first time” in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis.
State Sens. Kristin M. Corrado and Steven Oroho said the report published by the State Commission of Investigation confirmed that top officials in Gov. Phil Murphy’s inner circle were well aware of the patronage hiring spree at SDA.
Of the 3,000 schools in New Jersey, state officials have documented just 11 outbreaks of in-school transmission of the coronavirus since classes started in September.
State Sen. Kristin Corrado called for more transparency in the 2020 election process across the Garden State following the discovery of 6,535 mail-in ballots that were incorrectly postmarked.
Indoor dining and movie theaters will be able to reopen for the Labor Day weekend
GOP state senators call for the creation of a Senate Select Committee with subpoena power to investigate long-term care facilities.
New Jersey state officials reluctantly submitted an application to the FEMA for Lost Wages Supplemental Assistance program.
Reaction to Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed budget fell along partisan lines in North Jersey. GOP lawmakers questioned the amount of spending and borrowing, while fellow Democrats praised the funding of needed programs in the state.
Gov. Phil Murphy believes the outdoor Fall high school sports season can go on as planned. State Sen. Paul Sarlo and Assemblyman Benjie Wimberly joined the governor in supporting a Fall sports season, but the final determination rests with the New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association.