The state Attorney General's Office released another "knucklehead roll call" of people who've violated the governor's emergency orders prohibiting gatherings and mandating the closure of non-essential businesses.
A legal challenge to the state's aid-in-dying law, which allows doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs to terminally ill patients, suffered another blow this week after another state judge dismissed the complaint.
Gov. Murphy signed an executive order two weeks ago that suspended all elective surgical procedures in New Jersey. But what happens if something minor starts to suddenly get worse and you’re in a lot of pain?
A former Republican state senator and the chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey believes that the people working on the front lines of the pandemic should be given a year-long tax holiday.