TRENTON — In an effort to protect the privacy of New Jersey citizens who register for governmental programs or to receive governmental newsletters and notifications, Assemblyman Jack M. Ciattarelli plans to introduce legislation that would exclude citizens’ email addresses, phone numbers, and other personal information from disclosure under the state’s Open Public Records Act (OPRA).
FORT LEE—U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ), U.S. Rep. Steve Rothman (D-NJ), and members of the New Jersey state legislature today joined together at the George Washington Bridge to urge the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to suspend scheduled toll hikes until an audit is completed and reforms are put in place.
JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST– Turning an active runway into a mile-long air stage overnight may seem like a daunting task, but it’s all in a day’s work for members of the 87th Civil Engineer Squadron.
TEWKSBURY – Businessman David Larsen today announced the support of the American Conservative Union (ACU), as he seeks the Republican nomination of U.S. Congress in New Jersey’s Seventh Congressional District.
TRENTON – After learning that $6 million from a job training program for women and minorities will be lapsed into the General Fund in the current budget, a group of female Senators that serve on the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee said that the money would be put to better use by restoring drastic cuts to women’s healthcare programs that the Governor instituted since he took office.
TRENTON – For the first time, wineries throughout the country can now apply for an Out-of-State Plenary Winery License, providing the opportunity to ship wine directly to New Jersey residents.
FLORENCE – To mark May as National Preservation Month in New Jersey, the Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Historic Sites Council today announced the recipients of 22nd Annual Historic Preservation Awards to honor projects and groups or persons dedicated to preserving the state’s history.
TRENTON — The New Jersey Division of Taxation will begin mailing Homestead Benefit applications today. Approximately 1.6 million New Jersey households will receive application packets over the next three weeks.
NEWARK – State Sen. Richard J. Codey today announced a series of new initiatives and legislation to address the problem of homelessness in New Jersey. The announcement came inside the main waiting area in Newark’s Penn Station.