Gov. Phil Murphy signed a series of bills strengthening how law enforcement agencies handle sexual assault cases April 19.
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In a joint statement, Sen. Michael Testa, Assemblyman Erik Simonsen, and Assemblyman Antwan McClellan (all R-1st) warned that landlords across the state are becoming the invisible victims of the pandemic.
The Ocean City Utility Advisory Commission will sponsor two virtual information sessions to help residents understand their water bills, which include wastewater treatment charges.
Two companion bills in the two houses of the New Jersey Legislature would establish a program under which an applicant for a construction permit may pay a premium fee to have inspections under the permit performed on an expedited basis, which is within two days of the time the inspection is requested.
Although nearly 70% of state voters agreed to legalize recreational marijuana, as of Jan. 1, for users 21 years of age and older, two bills are sitting on the governor’s desk in what appears to be a standoff over what one local assemblyman calls a “modern day stop and frisk” stipulation for youths.
Gov. Phil Murphy July 31 reported 699 new cases of COVID-19 across the state. Perhaps more important to the governor is the steady rise in one of the key metrics the state uses to make decisions on easing economic and social restrictions - the transmission rate.