The plastic and paper bag ban in the Garden State has been signed into law by Governor Murphy. Murphy on Wednesday signed legislation that outlaws single use plastic and paper bags, and styrofoam containers. The new law goes into effect in May, 2022. Local communities including Avalon and Stone Harbor are a few years ahead…
There are 2,472 new cases of coronavirus in the State of New Jersey over the past 24 hours. State health officials announced the new numbers on Wednesday. We now have over 245,000 cases of the virus in the Garden State during this pandemic. Nine new deaths have been reported.
New Jersey voters overwhelmingly approved a ballot question to legalize recreational marijuana. The vote was 2-1 in favor of the legalization, hard pushed for by Governor Phil Murphy. All three ballot questions were approved in Tuesday night’s election.
Senator Cory Booker will serve a second term in the United States Senate for New Jersey. The race for Senate was called just moments after polls closed on Tuesday night. Booker and presidential candidate Joe Biden carried New Jersey for the democratic party.
New Jersey State Senator Mike Testa claims the Murphy administration is going to release inmates the day after Election Day, and some of them may have coronavirus. Testa has released a memo from the administration that suggests certain inmates will be released at public transportation facilities including bus and train stations. Testa says in a…
New Jersey is reporting an additional 1,832 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday. Health officials say the overall number of cases during the pandemic is now over 242,000. There are 18 new confirmed deaths, according to the State.
Despite more than 3.6 million ballots already returned by New Jersey voters, lines could be long at some polling locations. Every county, including Cape May, will be operating at least 50 percent of its normal polling capacity Tuesday. Machines will only be accessible to those who are disabled; if you vote in person you will…
The United States Department of Justice will monitor polling locations in two New Jersey counties today. Bergen and Middlesex counties have been selected to have monitors to protect voting rights. This is a routine practice by the Department.
New Jersey reported nearly 1,400 new cases of coronavirus Monday. State officials confirm three additional deaths, although there were 20 suspects deaths in New Jersey hospitals Sunday alone from the virus. There are 1,109 people in the hospital with Covid-19.
Over 3.5 million people have already voted in the Garden State. Governor Phil Murphy revealed those figures on Monday. That number is about 90 percent of the entire number of people who voted in the presidential election four years ago.