New Jersey would develop an infection prevention and control plan for the state’s nursing homes under proposed legislation.
State Sens. Anthony M. Bucco (R-25), Kristin Corrado (R-40) and Joe Pennacchio (R-26) argued the state’s Democrats needed to step aside and allow the state Senate to investigate the Murphy Administration’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Competing bills in the New Jersey’s Assembly and Senate would address concerns regarding essential workers diagnosed with COVID-19 by creating legal presumptions the disease was contracted on the job.
Gov. Phil Murphy outlined a multi-stage reopening plan for businesses, offices and activities ordered closed to slow the coronavirus outbreak in New Jersey.
State officials say they are prepared for the surge in coronavirus cases that are beginning in the central part of New Jersey. There were nine hospitals in the state that hit “divert” status April 20 and for the first time since the pandemic started, North Jersey hospitals did not lead the state.
Senate President Steve Sweeney, Senate Education Chair M. Teresa Ruiz and Sen. Sam Thompson formed a special task force to look at the challenges posed by virtual schooling and providing internet access
Gov. Phil Murphy is requiring all store employees and shoppers to wear face masks or coverings while limiting customers in stores to a max of
Gov. Phil Murphy approved expanding the state’s Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) and Family Leave Insurance (FLI) programs to provide more workers with access to paid
Gov. Phil Murphy welcomed the federal agreement providing New Jersey with badly needed funds, but believes there is more that is needed. Additionally, the governor
New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney urged the federal government to offer some protections to the state’s citizens as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continued.
In an Oval Office address, President Donald Trump announced new plans to combat the spread of the coronavirus on the same day the World Health
Taxpayers and educators will both benefit from new health benefits plans announced by Senate President Steve Sweeney and Marie Blistan, the President of the New
Gov. Phil Murphy declared a State of Emergency and a Public Health Emergency due to the coronavirus. The proclamation applies to all 21 counties in