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Following the swearing-in of the new Legislature, Governor Phil Murphy delivered his second State of the State Address to both houses of the new Legislature. The Governor’s remarks, as prepared, are posted online as is the video of the address. Read on...
The 218th Legislature concluded with a flurry of legislative activity on Monday, and the 219th Legislature was sworn in on Tuesday. Here’s a rundown of bills and issues of interest that were considered, acted on, or died in lame duck. Read on...
On Monday, January 13, 2020, Governor Murphy signed into law numerous pieces of legislation, including some with municipal interests. Read on...