Chances are your cell phone will ring at 2:18pm today. A presidential alert test message will be sent to hundreds of millions of cell phones throughout the country today as the Federal Emergency Management Agency tests a nationwide alert system. Another alert will be broadcast on radio and tv two minutes later.
The New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control has done a 180 and now suspends the enforcement of its ruling just 12 days ago that would limit the number of special events at craft breweries. The new rules came under fire from Governor Murphy, and now the ABC says it will further review its new…
A new Farleigh Dickinson University poll shows that only 32 percent of New Jersey residents support Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the United States Supreme Court. The poll also indicates that 49 percent of adults in the Garden State oppose the nomination.
Governor Phil Murphy is critical this week of new regulations that impact breweries around the Garden State. The Alcoholic Beverage Commission instituted new guidelines that will limit the number of special events they may hold. Murphy says the breweries are a great source or pride and he’s not sure that was the right, sensible step…
Governor Phil Murphy has unveiled a new plan that intends to stimulate the economy. Murphy announced Monday that he wants to add 400,000 new jobs to the State’s economy by 2025, and see $625 million in new capital improvement projects. Murphy says the State must also do what it can to reduce poverty.
The New Jersey Senate race between incumbent Robert Menendez and republican challenger Bob Hugin is too close to call, according to a new Stockton University poll. The poll shows Menendez with a two point lead over Hugin which is within the poll’s margin of error. Stockton says the race is “up for grabs”.
The price you pay for a gallon of gasoline goes up Monday in the Garden State. Prices will rise slightly over four cents per gallon thanks to another increase in the gasoline tax imposed by the State. The extra money will finance transportation projects throughout New Jersey.
October 29th..that’s the date the New Jersey Senate plans to vote on a proposal to make recreational marijuana legal in the State. Senate President Steve Sweeney believes that the Senate will vote in favor of the measure; the Assembly and Governor Murphy both would need to concur.
A Senate committee in New Jersey has advanced a ban of single use plastics by merchants in the Garden State. The ban would prohibit merchants from offering plastic bags, straws, and styrofoam products. An initial proposal by Governor Murphy that would have taxed the bags fell through earlier this year.
The New Jersey Senate will entertain discussion on a new bill Thursday that would eliminate the use of most single use plastic bags in the state. An initial proposal from Governor Murphy that would have taxed the bags failed, now a ban may be coming. Recently Avalon and Stone Harbor approved local ordinances that ban…