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ITL Special Edition: Coastal Flooding Rules - 05/13/2024

Murphy Announces New Rules to Better Protect Against Climate Change Impacts

ITL Volume 15 Issue 6 - 04/30/2024

State Comptroller to be Investigated? Murphy Announces Landmark Solar Investments, Ciattarelli Confident in 3rd Run at Governor's Seat, and more
ITL Special Edition: Tammy Murphy Ends Campaign for US Senate - 03/27/2024

Tammy Murphy Ends Campaign for US Senate 

In a move that shocked political observers throughout the Garden State, Tammy Murphy took to social media on Sunday to announce she is dropping out of the race to succeed Senator Bob Menendez in the US Senate. That clears the way for insurgent Rep. Andy Kim (D-Moorestown) who is now the strong favorite to win the Democratic nomination in June.

ITL Volume 15 Issue 4 - 03/27/2024

Murphy and Kim Battle for County Support in US Senate Democratic Primary, Legislature Passes TTF Funding Bills and more

ITL Special Edition: FY2025 Budget Address - 02/28/2024

Special Edition ITL: Governor Murphy Delivers FY2025 Budget Address

Volume 15 Issue 3 - 02/20/2024

Affordable Housing Reform Bills Pass Assembly, Bipartisan Workgroup Warns of Multibillion-Dollar Gaps in Future State Budgets, Baraka to Run for Governor in 2025 & Kim defeats Murphy in Monmouth County Democratic Convention 

TL Volume 15 Issue 2 - 01/30/2024


Murphy Appoints Francis O’Conner as New DOT Commissioner, Kevin Dehmer Chosen as New NJDOE Commissioner, Jon Bramnick Enters GOP Primary for Governor & More


ITL Volume 15 Issue 1 - 01/30/2024


Tammy Murphy Raises $3.2 Million for US Senate Campaign, Legislature Approves Pay Raises for Themselves, Governor and Other Officials & More 


ITL Volume 14 Issue 17 - 12/19/2023

Sweeney Enters 2025 Governor’s Race, Murphy and Princeton University Announce Artificial Intelligence Hub, RCSG’s Hritz Appointed to Benson’s Transition Team & more

ITL Volume 14 Issue 16 - 12/01/2023

NJ Education Commissioner Announces Retirement, Murphy Vetos Liquor License Reform Bill & more 

ITL Special Edition: Meet the Incoming Members of the NJ General Assembly - 11/29/2023

Meet the incoming members of the 2024-25 New Jersey State General Assembly 

ITL Special Edition:2023 NJ General Election Recap - 11/08/2023

ITL Special Edition: 2023 NJ General Election Recap

ITL Volume 14 Issue 15 - 11/03/2023

Voting Underway in NJ’s 2023 General Election, Tammy Murphy to Explore US Senate Bid, McGreevey to Run for Mayor of Jersey City & more

ITL Volume 14 Issue 14 - 10/24/2023

Drop in First Quarter State Revenue Collections, NJ Democrats Outpacing GOP in VBM Returns, Murphy Delegation Returns from Successful East Asia Trip & More 

ITL Special Edition - 10/11/2023

River Crossing Strategy Group Launches New Public Affairs/Communications Practice in Northeast Florida

ITL Special Edition - 09/26/2023

Governor Murphy Names Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti as Chief of Staff

ITL Volume 14 Issue 13 - 09/15/2023

NJ’s new Lieutenant Governor, Murphy names new BPU President, Remembering BPU President Fiordaliso & more 

ITL Volume 14 Issue 12 - 09/06/2023

Murphy Nominates Zimmerman for DOBI Commissioner, ROI-NJ Profiles Shuffler’s role as President of Minor League Baseball Team & more

ITL Volume 14 Issue 11 - 08/11/2023
NJ Considers New Offshore Wind Proposals; Murphy to Nominate New Health Commissioner; Poll: NJ Residents want the State to keep NJ Transit Running & more
ITL Volume 14 Issue 10 - 07/25/2023
Murphy Proposes Phase Out Gas-Powered Vehicles by 2035, Christie qualifies for Republican Debates, NJ Improves in CNBC Business Rankings & More
ITL Volume 14 Issue 9 - 06/23/2023

Big News on Senior Property Tax Relief in NJ, TTF Talk, Summer Senate Sessions & More 

ITL Volume 14 Issue 8 - 06/05/2023

Legislative Leaders Propose Massive Senior Property Tax Break, Proposed Changes to NJ’s Corporate Business Tax, Overwhelming Public Support for Liquor License Reform & more 

ITL Volume 14 Issue 7 - 05/19/2023

State Revenues Tank, South Jersey Political Boss Steps Back from Politics, A Legislative Approach to Weight Discrimination & the Fight Against Congestion Pricing 

ITL Volume 14 Issue 6 - 05/03/2023

State Credit Rebounds after Years of Downgrades, DEP Issues Permits for Offshore Wind Farm near Atlantic City Coast, RCSG’s Young Executive Recognized as ‘50 under 30’ and more

ITL Volume 14 Issue 5 - 04/19/2023
Top Democrat Announces Gubernatorial Run, Governor Signs Election Transparency Act, Changes to Liquor License Reform Bill & Regulators Finalize Environmental Justice Rules
ITL Volume 14 Issue 4 - 03/28/2023

NJ Statehouse Reopens Following $300M Renovation, Assemblymen Caputo and Giblin Announce Retirements, Murphy Appoints 3 New NJSEA Board Members & More

ITL Volume 14 Issue 3 - 03/10/2023


RCSG Welcomes Janellen Duffy, Murphy Creates NJ Green Energy fund and Murphy Makes Appointments to BPU


ITL Volume 14 Issue 2 - 02/13/2023

New FDU Provides Early Insight into 2025 Governors Race, Assemblywoman Mila Jasey Announces Retirement, Albanese recognized on Senator Weinberg’s 2023 Women’s Power List & more 

ITL Volume 14 Issue 1 - 01/10/2023

Fulop not Seeking Re-Election, Senator Conners announces Retirement, Signed Law Expedites Building Permitting Process  and Judge Blocks Parts of New Gun Law

ITL Volume 13 Issue 18 - 12/24/2022

In the latest edition of ITL: Murphy signs Concealed Carry Law, NJ Cannabis Sales Skyrocket, NJEDA Announces an additional $5M for Sustain & Serve NJ Program & more. 

ITL Volume 13 Issue 17 - 12/14/2022

Sarlo supports Sunset of Corporate Business Tax, NJDEP Backs off Plan to require Electric Boiler Conversions, Murphy Administration to retire $1B of Bonded Debt and more 

ITL Volume 13 Issue 16 - 11/03/2022

NJDEP Flood Rule Exempts Road & Rail Projects, BPU Approves $1B in Onshore Upgrades for Offshore Wind, Danielle Alpert Joins the NJ Public Charter Schools Association & more 

ITL Volume 13 Issue 15 - 10/21/2022

NJDEP Holds Public Hearings on Inland Flood Protection Rule, Senate confirms Fasciale & Wainer Apter to State Supreme Court, Brissac promoted & more 

ITL Volume 13 Issue 14 - 10/04/2022

New Poll: Murphy’s Approval rating at 54%, Speaker Coughlin Leads NJ Delegation to White House, Remembering Governor James J. Florio & more

ITL Volume 13 Issue 13 - 09/15/2022

Murphy & Legislature Offer 3 Proposals to Curb Unfair Taxation by Other States, NJ Receives Another Credit Rating Upgrade, Murphy Announces Additional $26M in Pre-K Funding  & more. 

ITL Volume 13 Issue 12 - 08/17/2022

Murphy Drops Testing Mandate for Unvaccinated State Workers, Teachers, LaTourette Responds to Flood Plan Regulation Critics, Murphy Orders Investigation into NJCU’s Finances & more 

ITL Volume 13 Issue 11 - 07/29/2022

Murphy Elected Chair of National Governors Association, Charge Up New Jersey Year 3 Incentives Announced, Super PAC with ties to Fulop amasses $5.4 million and more ... 

Volume 13 Issue 10 - 07/01/2022

In the Loop Special Edition: Governor Murphy Signs $50.6 Billion FY2023 Budget 

Volume 13 Issue 9 - 06/14/2022

NJDEP Proposes Rules for New Environmental Justice Law, NJDEP Announces Flood Hazard Area Control Act Rules, Jamie Fox Memorial Fund Update & New Legislator Profile: Assemblywoman Claire Swift (R-2)

Volume 13 Issue 8 - 05/20/2022

NJ Forecasts Increased Budget Revenue, Legislative Leaders Offer Budget Priorities, New Jersey Equitable Energy Coalition Formed & more.  

Volume 13 Issue 7 - 04/22/2022

Murphy calls for reform of liquor license laws to encourage economic growth, NJ tax revenues remain high, New state fund to invest in NJ startups & more 

Volume 13 Issue 6 - 04/21/2022

Legal Marijuana Sales in NJ to Begin Soon, Accetolla selected as new Executive Director, Senate Majority Office, Murphy Appoints New BPU Commissioners & more 

Volume 13 Issue 5 - 03/28/2022

NJ earns first credit upgrade since 2005, Governor Murphy unveils ANCHOR Property Tax Relief Program, Sweeney Center for Public Policy launched at Rowan University & more

Volume 13 Issue 4 - 02/10/2022

Murphy Ends School Mask Mandate, Murphy Allies Create Political Action Committee & Non-Profit Organization, Murphy Developing Plan to Control Drugs Costs & More

Volume 13 Issue 3 - 02/03/2022

The Slow Roll of NJ’s Legal Marijuana Industry, NJEDA Now Accepting applications for Aspire Tax Credit Program, NJDEP Introduces Water Infrastructure Investment Plan and more.

Volume 13 Issue 2 - 01/18/2022


Scutari Sworn in as Senate President; New Legislative Session Begins, Murphy’s Victory Powered by NJ’s Wealthiest and Most Well-Educated Towns and NJ Online and Retail Sportsbooks Attract more than $1 Billion for 4th Straight Month


Volume 13 Issue 1 - 01/11/2022

Governor Murphy to Deliver 2022 State of the State Address, Farewell to Senator Loretta Weinberg and the State Legislative Reorganization

Volume 12 Issue 20 - 12/22/2021

Democrats Win Congressional Redistricting Battle, Murphy Extends Utility Shutoff Grace Period & Casino Tax Breaks Signed into Law

Volume 12 Issue 19 - 12/08/2021

Coughlin backs Murphy’s Gun Reform Agenda, Lipman named Ratepayer Watchdog; Murphy accelerates Plans to Reduce Greenhouse Gas and N.J. to accept Applications for Legal Cannabis Businesses

Volume 12 Issue 18 - 11/04/2021

Murphy Wins Reelection: On Wednesday evening, Governor Murphy returned to the stage at the Grand Arcade on the Asbury Park boardwalk, the same election night stage he stood on about 24 hours earlier, to declare victory. A few hours earlier, the Associated Press called the race for Murphy, who leads Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli by approximately 19,400 votes – or less than a percentage point. Murphy has become the first Democrat in to be re-elected New Jersey governor since Brendan Byrne in 1977 ...

Volume 12 Issue 17 - 10/27/2021

Murphy Maintains 11-point Lead in Latest Monmouth University Poll, Biden and Obama visit New Jersey and Ciattarelli Keeps Pace with Murphy on Campaign Spending

Volume 12 Issue 16 - 09/30/2021

Murphy Retains Lead over Ciattarelli, Gubernatorial Debate Recap and Murphy Announces Return and Earn Incentive Program

Volume 12 Issue 15 - 08/24/2021

NJ Cannabis Regulatory Commission Adopts Interim Rules For Legal Marijuana Industry

Last February, Governor Murphy signed legislation that legalized recreational cannabis and set a deadline of Aug. 21 for the commission to establish its rules. While the law lays out the types of cannabis business licenses that will be available in New Jersey, it left the commission with autonomy to craft the rules that will govern the industry.

The law will allow only 37 new marijuana growers to be licensed before February 2023. But it did not set limits on the other types of licenses, which include manufacturing, delivery, wholesale, distribution and retail.


Volume 12 Issue 14 - 08/17/2021

ITL Special Edition: 2020 US Census – NJ Analysis

Volume 12 Issue 13 - 06/09/2021

Governor Ends Public Health Emergency, Murphy’s Approval Rating at 55%, Treasury Revenue Exceed Forecast by $1 Billion & Key Primary Day Election Results

Volume 12 Issue 12 - 05/18/2021

Governor, Senate President & Speaker Announce Intention to End COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, Murphy Orders a Return to in-Person School in September and James P. Fox Memorial Fund supports Rowan Institute for Public Policy & Citizenship Internship and State Revenue could be Increased by ‘hundreds of millions

Volume 12 Issue 11 - 05/11/2021

Governor Murphy’s 57% Approval Ratings, Murphy Announces $275 Million in Relief for Small Businesses, Murphy Reelection Campaign Launches $5 Million Paid Media Effort: and Sean Hughes Named BANJ President

Volume 12 Issue 9 - 04/22/2021

LaTourette Nominated NJDEP Commissioner, Murphy Unveils Sweeping Gun Safety Package, McCabe Re-nominated to Port Authority, Morgan Appointed to State Ethics Commission and Groundbreaking for NJ’s First Offshore Wind Manufacturing Facility

Volume 12 Issue 8 - 04/14/2021

The New Jersey Cannabis Control Committee (CRC) met for the first time on Monday, immediately assuming control of the state’s growing medical marijuana program and taking the first steps toward creating a regulated, legal cannabis market.

CRC Chairwoman Dianna Houenou called the meeting to order and provided context for the task at hand. “Standing up an entirely new state agency is no small task. Starting today, the commission’s real work begins to establish and grow a responsible, regulated medical and personal use cannabis industry.” 


Volume 12 Issue 7 - 03/31/2021

Murphy Announces Increased Capacity Limits, NJ Early Voting Law Enacted, NJ Students Falling Behind Due to Pandemic and Stockton Poll Shows Murphy Approvals at 58%

Volume 12 Issue 6 - 03/22/2021

RCSG Grows and adds more policy strength to the team

The River Crossing Team is excited to announce our latest addition, Stephanie Albanese.  Steph is a New Jersey native with significant political, governmental and legislative experience in both Congress and the New Jersey legislature.

For the past five years, Steph has served as the Legislative Director to State Senator Joseph F. Vitale, where she coordinated all legislative activity, policy research and stakeholder engagement for the Senator, including setting agendas for the Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee hearings.  Senator Vitale is recognized as the leading health care expert in the Legislature and Steph has been his primary aide covering this area. Stephanie also worked on the expansion of New Jersey’s medical marijuana program. 



Volume 12 Issue 5 - 02/23/2021

In Today's ITL: Marijuana is Finally Legal in New Jersey, Limited Number of Fans Allowed at College/Professional Sporting Events and In Memoriam, Marilyn Shuffler 

Volume 12 Issue 4 - 02/18/2021

Murphy Announces $100 Million in Clean Transportation Projects: This week, Governor Murphy announced the establishment of the Office of Climate Action and the Green Economy and the creation of the New Jersey Council on the Green Economy.

The investment of $100 million in clean, equitable transportation projects are designed to improve air quality and reduce the effects of climate chance while helping to achieve the state’s clean energy goals of being 100% clean energy by 2050. Leveraging proceeds from New Jersey’s participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) and the Volkswagen Mitigation Trust Funds, this new funding will bring electrification programs, equitable mobility projects, and electric charging infrastructure to environmental justice communities across the state.

 Governor Murphy also signed Executive Order No. 221, establishing the Office of Climate Action and the Green Economy...

Volume 12 Issue 3 - 02/04/2021

Murphy Increases Capacity on Indoor Dining, NJBPU Approves PSE&G Electric Vehicle Program, First NJ Community Solar Project Completed & More

Volume 12 Issue 2 - 01/14/2021

This week, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy delivered the 2021 state of the state address via a pre-recorded video recorded in an empty Trenton War Memorial Building due to COVID-19 precautions. The annual address is typically held during a live, joint-session of the legislature in the Statehouse in Trenton.

Volume 12 Issue 1 - 01/06/2021

Online Portal for COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Goes Live, Marijuana Legalization “Clean-up” Legislation Introduced, Murphy to Deliver State of the State Address Online, Johnson to Join Biden Administration and NJ Continues to Lead the Nation in Outmigration

Volume 11 Issue 60 - 12/17/2020

On Tuesday, Governor Murphy and legislative leaders announced they had reached a deal on a new, six-year, $11.5 billion tax incentive program. New Jersey has been without a major corporate subsidy program since July 2019, when the Legislature and Governor failed to reach a deal before the program expired.

Volume 11 Issue 59 - 12/01/2020

New Jersey COVID-19 Report; New Restrictions Announced, Testing, Contract Tracing, and School Update and DEP Commissioner McCabe Announces Retirement & more 

Volume 11 Issue 58 - 12/01/2020

ITL Special Edition: Election 2020

Volume 11 Issue 57 - 11/10/2020

Marijuana Legalization Approved by Voters, Legislators Take Action; New Restrictions on Restaurants, S&P Downgrades New Jersey’s Credit Rating & Murphy Signs Strongest Paper/Plastic Bag Ban in Nation

Volume 11 Issue 56 - 10/21/2020

Murphy Picks Allen-McMillan as Education Commissioner; Restaurant Aid Legislation Vetoed; Financial Industry pushes back on Proposed Transaction Tax; Governor Signs Early Release Legislation into Law and Governor Murphy Maintains High Approval Ratings

Volume 11 Issue 55 - 10/13/2020

Murphy Announces Parimal Garg as Chief Counsel, Indoor Winter High School Sports to Resume, New Jersey Prepares for Second Wave of COVID-19, More than 20,000 NJ Businesses Received $74.2M of COVID Aid and Christie Leaves Hospital after Bout with COVID

Volume 11/Issue 54 - 10/05/2020
  • Governor Murphy Extends Public Health Emergency
  • $32.7 Billion Budget Signed into Law
  • Minimum Wage to Rise on January 1
Volume 11 Issue 53 - 09/24/2020


 In the Loop Special Edition: River Crossing Strategy Group Launches New Website 

Volume 11/Issue 52 - 08/27/2020

In the Loop Special Edition: Governor Murphy Unveils FY 2021 Budget

Volume 11/issue 51 - 08/20/2020
  • Senator Ruiz Introduces Bill Package to Increase Teacher Diversity
  • Fall High School Sports Can Resume
  • New Jersey Considers Leaving PJM, Possibly Joining New York
  • PSE&G to Reimburse Customers for Food and Medicine Loss during Isaias Power Outage
Volume 11/issue 50 - 08/20/2020
  • Court Upholds Gov. Murphy’s Borrowing Plan
  • Murphy to Allow All-Remote Learning in Public Schools this Fall
  • Business Groups Call on Murphy to Restart Reopening Plan
Volume 11/Issue 49 - 08/10/2020
  • Governor Murphy Extends Public Health Emergency
  • Tighter Restrictions Imposed on Indoor Gatherings
  • Murphy’s $9.9 Billion Borrowing Plan Heads to Court
  • Face Coverings Mandated for Students
  • Tesla Builds New Supercharging Stations in Deptford
  • PSEG to Divest Fleet of Fossil Fuel Plants
Volume 11/issue 48 - 08/10/2020
    • Murphy Commits Another $15 million for Small Business Grants
    • Murphy Unveils Rental Assistance Program for Small Businesses
    • NJ American Water Pitches Infrastructure Program
    • Camden Schools on ‘Upward Trajectory’ and Properly Handled COVID-19
Volume 11/Issue 47 - 07/22/2020
  • State to Permit Remote-only Learning in the Fall
  • Teachers Union President – “It’s Not Possible to Open Schools in September”
  • Giants, Jets and Rutgers to Play without Fans
  • High-Risk Sports to Resume
  • Revenue Collections Continue Downward Trend 
  • New Information Collected on Out-of-State Visitors
Volume 11/Issue 46 - 07/18/2020
  • Legislature Passes $9.9 Billion Borrowing Plan
  • Murphy’s Approval Rating Soars to 68%,
  • Senator Gopal and iStar team up to support Asbury Park Businesses
  • NJ Gambling Revenues Plummet
Volume 11/Issue 45 - 07/16/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: NJ Plans to Borrow Billions to Avert Public Worker Layoffs
  • Governor Murphy Orders 15% Departmental Budget Cuts
Volume 11/Issue 44 - 07/09/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Wearing of Outdoor Masks Required, Murphy Promises MVC Improvements, Rutgers to Remain Mostly Remote for Fall Semester, The Latest on Reopenings, NJ Dept. of Labor Offers Extends Unemployment Benefits and more.
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 43 - 07/01/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Reopening of Indoor Dining Paused, Legislature Sends $7.7 Billion 3-Month Budget to Murphy’s Desk, State Workers Furlough Plan, Governor and Legislative Leaders Agree to School Health Plan Overhaul and more
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 42 - 07/01/2020
  • Special Issue on School Reopening Plan


Volume 11/Issue 41 - 06/26/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Multi-state Travel Advisory Issued, More Reopenings Announced, Medical Cannabis Sales Tax Drops, Jobless Rates Climb and more
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 40 - 06/24/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: NJ Casinos, Racetracks, Indoor Dining, Amusement Parks and Water Parks to Reopen, State Reaches Preliminary Deal with CWA and Short-term State Budget Due Next Week
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 39 - 06/20/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: NJ Malls to Reopen, 28% of NJ Labor Force Filed for Unemployment, Visitation Rules Relaxed for Father’s Day and more.
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 38 - 06/17/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Gov. Murphy Touts Wind Port as Vital to Recovery, DOH to Review College Reopening Plans, Portal Bridge Replacement Moves Forward, DOH Finalizes Guidance for Organized Sports and more.
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 37 - 06/10/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Stay-At-Home Order Lifted, Limits Raised for Gatherings, Murphy to Nominate Fabiana Pierre-Louis to NJ Supreme Court, NJ Transit’s Strategic and Five-Year Plan Announced, Pools to Reopen June 22
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 36 - 06/04/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: State Assembly Passes Borrowing Plan, AG Announces Law Enforcement Reforms, NJ Bars & Restaurants to Expand Outdoor Footprint and $45 Million Grant Program for Small Businesses
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 35 - 06/02/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Restart & Recovery Stage 2 Starts June 15, $5 Billion Borrowing Plan Passes Assembly Committee, AC Casinos Could Reopen July 4th Weekend, Sustained Improvement in Public Health Indicators
  • COVID-19 Resources 
Volume 11/Issue 34 - 05/30/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Murphy Sets Reopening Dates for Daycares, Youth Sports, Racetracks & Religious Gatherings, Sweeney Acknowledges Need for Borrowing Plan, $100 Million for Short-Term Rental Relief, CDC Guidelines for Office Reopenings
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 33 - 05/28/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Turnpike Authority’s $24 Billion Capital Plan Approved, NJEDA Approves $2.3 Million for Small Business Grants, Outdoor Graduations Permitted in July, Professional Sports to Resume and Front-Line Worker Layoffs Possible
  • COVID-19 Resources 
Volume 11/Issue 32 - 05/22/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Murphy Administration Proposes Major Budget Cuts In Face of COVID-19 Crisis, Limits on Outdoor Gatherings Eased, Historic Job Loses in April, NJEDA Expands Small Business Program and a Memorial Day Weekend Guide to NJ Beaches
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 31 - 05/20/2020
  • NJ Reopens Auto Dealerships & Bike Shops; Dining and Retail Could Open Soon; Scenarios for School Opening Discussed, Elective Surgery Guidelines and more.
  • COVID-19 Resources 
Volume 11/Issue 30 - 05/18/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Murphy Announces Staged Plan for Reopening, Some Outdoor Businesses to Reopen, and More.
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 29 - 05/15/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Murphy Opens Beaches in Time for Memorial Day Weekend, $50 Million in New Small Business Funding, Elective Surgeries to Resume, Info on the July 7th Primary Election and More.
  • COVID-19 Resources 
Volume 11/Issue 28 - 05/13/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News:  New Jersey’s Reopening Begins: New Rules for Non-Essential Construction, Non-Essential Retail and Gathering of Vehicles, April Revenues Drop, and More.
  • COVID-19 Resources
Volume 11/Issue 27 - 05/12/2020
  • Latest COVID-19 News: Reopening Dates Expected Soon, Advisory Council Named, NJ’s Looming Financial Disaster, Rutgers Saliva Test Approved for Home Use and More
  • COVID-19 Resources 
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