The weather is the latest obstacle New Jersey officials are facing when it comes to administering the COVID-19 vaccine to state residents.
Rep. Tom Malinowski stated the misguided Trump policy was standing in the way of further advancing the tunnel portion of the Gateway project.
Gov. Phil Murphy criticized both local and national Republicans ahead of their planned challenge of the Electoral College.
The two called for answers regarding the supposed Russian hack, arguing the Trump Administration was not taking the threat seriously enough.
New Jersey officials in the last 10 days have offered insight on how and when the COVID-19 vaccine will be distributed throughout the Garden State.
Murphy said a recent conversation with the President-elect focused on the COVID-19 response, the need for federal stimulus, and infrastructure investment.
Britain’s National Health Service delivered its first shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Pascrell called for the prosecution of Trump and his administration, whom the Democratic congressman accused of committing “innumerable crimes” against the United States.
New Jersey will receive nearly 2.6 million COVID-19 rapid tests that officials say will “significantly” scale up New Jersey’s testing capabilities.
Rep. Donald M. Payne, Jr., visited three New Jersey post offices in his district to get a first-hand view and account of how the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) was contending with issues stemming from Trump Administration orders.
Gov. Phil Murphy recently signed legislation to create state-level subsidies to lower the cost of health insurance for residents purchasing coverage on the Affordable Care Act’s Marketplace this fall.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker has condemned the Trump Administration for playing politics, leading to unnecessary delays for the Hudson Tunnel Project.
Sen. Bob Menendez is seeking answers from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on a series of allegations raised in former national security advisor John Bolton’s new book.
Legislators from across North Jersey are hopeful long-awaited improvements to mass transit in the state’s most heavily populated region will soon move forward after getting a boost from President Donald Trump.