Gov. Murphy Joins N.J. Delegation On Tour Of Hudson River Tunnel, Urges Completion Of Gateway ProjectSome 200,000 commuters go through the North River tunnel each day.
New Jersey Lawmakers Consider Minimum Wage IncreaseIf enacted, the current minimum of $8.85 would be raised to $10 by July and then go up by a dollar a year to $15 in 2024.
Former N.J. Official Accused Of Raping Murphy Campaign Volunteer Will Not Face ChargesKatie Brennan, chief of staff to the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, accused Albert Alvarez of sexually assaulting her while they both worked for Murphy’s campaign in 2017.
Murphy's State Of The State Touts Progress In New Jersey, Residents Say It's Not EnoughDown in Trenton, the governor started out criticizing the state's use of taxpayer dollars during his state of the state address on Tuesday.
Private, Religious Schools In NJ To Receive Higher Funding For SecurityOn Tuesday, Governor Phil Murphy signed a bill into law that will allocate an additional $11 million to safety measures at the schools. The amount doubles what's currently being spent.
N.J. Official Sues State, Alleged Attacker Over Rape AllegationsKatie Brennan, the chief of staff for New Jersey’s housing finance agency, says Albert Alvarez raped her in 2017, when they were both working on the Murphy campaign. She said she reported the crime but little was done.
Gov. Murphy Signs Bill To Overhaul NJ TRANSITThe new law expands the agency's eight-person board to 13 by adding members who are commuters. It also requires public hearings before fare hikes or major schedule changes and calls for the release of fiscal and safety data.
Murphy: NJ TRANSIT Meets Positive Train Control MilestoneThe move will bring New Jersey into compliance with federally mandated requirements.