Senate Budget Committee hearing marked by sharp exchange with O’Scanlon; committee Chair Sarlo stresses savings must come before state borrows a single dollar
Governor says successful social-distancing and stay-at-home measures mean that more businesses, other entities can reopen starting June 15
While residents may want reassurances they’ll be safe as state reopens, health officials say reporting how many individuals have recovered from the disease is difficult
‘We need steadier ground underneath our long-term care industry, and then we need to keep building on it’
After being closed for more than two months, gym owners say they have no choice but to move forward and open up their businesses. Despite designing new rules and ways to social distance during ...
Antibody tests were thought to be the key to reopening the state’s economy. But health care experts warn they don’t paint a clear picture, with many providing false positives or negatives. Even ...
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One pastor says he understands he’s ‘pushing the boundaries’; churches ask courts to lift governor’s executive orders
Fine Print: What to Watch for as NJ Lawmakers Examine Gov. Phil Murphy’s Emergency-Borrowing Proposal
The Murphy administration has adjusted budget plans to account for the pandemic’s impact on state revenues, but wants greatly expanded borrowing authority; will legislators agree?
Advocates for horseshoe crabs want synthetic alternative, but industry-standards group delays switch