Gov. Murphy cast the legislation in sweeping terms by calling it a historic and saying it amounted to a“monumental reform."
Long-term care residents account for roughly half of the state’s more than 14,000 confirmed coronavirus deaths, according to state Health Department figures.
Almost three-fifths of people who respond to New Jersey’s COVID-19 contact tracers are refusing to cooperate, Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday.
New Jersey is spending almost $6 million to train workers for jobs in the wind energy industry and to support young companies that deal in clean energy.
Gov. Phil Murphy says New Jersey residents can now register to vote online.
Murphy announced that the removal of flags would be suspended and that he did not like the idea during his afternoon coronavirus briefing on Tuesday.
Add voting to the list of routines shaken up by the coronavirus pandemic this year.
Smoking inside Atlantic City’s casinos won’t be allowed after all as restaurants reopened Friday, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said.
Fabiana Pierre-Louis took the oath of office Tuesday during a private ceremony in Trenton. She had been confirmed by the state senate on Thursday.
New Jersey’s gas tax is going up 9.3 cents a gallon, a roughly 22% increase, Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration said Friday.
The nomination of the first Black woman to sit on New Jersey’s Supreme Court was confirmed Thursday by the state Senate.
In a joint statement issued Thursday, Governors Phil Murphy, Andrew Cuomo and Ned Lamont said their states will continue to prioritize asymptomatic testing in opposition of new recommendations made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
If you live in New Jersey, you can soon pump some iron again.
Most of the state's school districts are planning a hybrid start to the academic year, the governor says.
Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation abolishing the county-level title of freeholder, which sponsors say alludes to a time when Black people and women were excluded from government.
Murphy claimed that hat the Trump campaign is trying to "delegitimize" the election through efforts that include "weaponizing the United States postal service."
President Donald Trump's re-election campaign has sued New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy over his plan to distribute mail-in ballots to the state's 6.2 million voters for the November election.
The governor was discussing the changes made by the state during their postponed and nearly all-mail primary on July 7 and announced they would be expanding on that model for the general election.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced on Wednesday that public schools that cannot meet coronavirus health and safety standards will begin the academic year remotely.
President Donald Trump’s proposed $400 a week unemployment compensation to succeed the expired $600 a week benefit, with the state paying for a quarter of it, is “just not workable,” New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday.