Starting May 1, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) will expand the availability of standard driver licenses and non-driver ID cards to include all New Jerseyans, without regard to immigration status, implementing a law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy, in December 2019.
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U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-2nd) has introduced a telecommunications legislative package in the House of Representatives focused on addressing the needs of South Jersey residents and underserved communities who have experienced increased costs imposed by their internet provider.
Sens. Steven Oroho (R-24th) and Michael Testa (R-1st) have introduced legislation to strip Gov. Phil Murphy of the power to spend billions in federal stimulus and relief funds without legislative approval.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed a series of bills strengthening how law enforcement agencies handle sexual assault cases April 19.
A bill, sponsored by three Assembly Democrats, to require medical practitioners to prescribe an opioid antidote to certain high-risk patients was signed into law April 19.
Gov. Phil Murphy April 12 signed into law A-A5446, which provides $15 million in federal Covid relief aid for small businesses throughout New Jersey.
A bill, sponsored by Assembly Democrats Bill Moen, Anthony Verrelli and Verlina Reynolds-Jackson, allowing county boards of elections to relocate certain ballot boxes was signed into law April 9.