A package of 10 bills focused on handling harassment complaints and hiring practices in state government sailed through committee.
The committee will not disband, but it’s got no further hearings scheduled. It will now focus on changes to rules and regulations designed to protect employee victims.
After spending months investigating how the Murphy administration handled Katie Brennan’s case and others, the bipartisan committee will issue its report.
The campaign staffer Katie Brennan accused of rape says he was declared guilty before anyone looked at the facts.
After repeated questions, there's still no answer to who precisely hired Al Alvarez for his $140,000 a year job at the Schools Development Authority. He's not sure either.
Neither what Alvarez said or what Brennan said about the events of April 2017 will have any bearing on what comes out of the committee, says its members.
Albert Alvarez's attorneys sought a court order requiring the Middlesex County prosecutor to turn over his files from the case involving the allegation against Alvarez brought by Katie Brennan. A ...
The governor says NDAs are common in campaigns across the country, but supporters of the bill say that by protecting proprietary campaign information, the governor is, in essence, providing cover for ...
A labor law expert said the Murphy administration should have investigated further when Brennan originally made the allegations in Dec. 2017.
Critics charge that the committee's focus is on injuring the governor politically.
At a bridge reopening, Murphy was dogged by questions on the Brennan Committee.
Murphy commissioned the report by former Supreme Court Justice Peter Verniero’s law firm after a political scandal exploded around Katie Brennan’s allegations of sexual assault against Al Alvarez ...
The report clears Murphy of any involvement in Alvarez's hiring and does not place blame with anyone on the governor's transition team or in the administration, instead concluding "the system ...
The revised policy applies to all employees and applicants for employment, including gubernatorial transition offices.
The woman who signed a letter onboarding Al Alvarez to the Murphy administration says even she doesn't know who formally hired him.