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O’Scanlon and DiMaso bash Murphy’s slow reopening of restaurants and other small business

By Art Gallagher _ Senator Declan O’Scanlon and Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso have blasted Governor Phil Murphy’s slow reopening of the New Jersey restaurant industry, calling the governor’s rules a “slow death” for the small businesses. Read the rest of this Read More

Murphy will not reopen NJ restaurants by June 5 | Gallagher

By Art Gallagher _ Governor Phil Murphy will not allow the State’s restaurants open for outdoor dining on June 5, as requested by the New Jersey Restaurant and Hospitality Association, MMM has learned. The NJRHA, who’s members and their 350,000 employees Read More

Republicans, N.J. businesses file suit against Murphy challenging constitutionality of closures

TRENTON, N.J. – NJGOP Counsel Michael Lavery and state Senator Michael Testa, Jr. (R-1) have filed a lawsuit in Cape May County Superior Court challenging the Murphy Administration’s COVID-19 executive order business closures. The suit – announced in a Zoom Read More

Steinhardt accuses Murphy of ‘squirreling away’ CARES Act funding

Updated 8:55 p.m. TRENTON, N.J. – Republicans are calling it a “$1.8 billion lie.”  It began at a late April Murphy COVID-19 press conference when the Governor, addressing desperately-needed CARES Act funding, declared “Treasury’s guidance renders much of this funding Read More

Gov. Murphy’s Order For Tenants To Pay Rent With Security Deposits Is Unconstitutional – Twice | De Seno

By Tom De Seno _ The framers of the Constitution saw men like Governor Phil Murphy coming. They knew that once you grant government the power to do something you like, you risk the next person in office using that Read More

DISASTER: New Jersey saw 206,253 new unemployment claims last week

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy’s closure of New Jersey non-essential businesses continues to exact a disastrous toll on the state’s job market. On Thursday, the N.J. Department of Labor reported that it had received 206,253 new unemployment claims for Read More

N.J. needs to give long-term economic dangers same attention as COVID-19 | Bergen

By Brian Bergen _ The economic fallout from measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 will likely be severe. Hundreds of thousands of employers and their millions of employees could be without a job in the coming months. We aren’t Read More

N.J. saw 155,454 new unemployment claims last week

By Matt Rooney _ The strongest job market in a generation is officially over, Save Jerseyans. On Thursday, the New Jersey Department of Labor released awful new employment data; among the eyebrow-raising revelations was the 155,454 initial unemployment claims (not Read More

Angry Murphy instructs New Jerseyans to rat out fellow residents defying his executive order

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy sees little or no chance of an easing up on his draconian, slapdash “stay at home” restrictions by Easter, the date by which President Trump said this week he would like to see Read More