Category: Economics

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

Possible 2021 Murphy challengers Ciattarelli, Steinhardt blast Governor’s borrowing scheme

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Murphy is reportedly lawyering up and preparing to fight for a massive “emergency” borrowing scheme which is undoubtedly unconstitutional and possibly even unnecessary.  Both of Murphy’s most likely 2021 Republican challengers say new borrowing isn’t acceptable.  Read More

Murphy cuts school aid, but Democrats are also ready to give $35M (more) to N.J. illegal aliens?

TRENTON, N.J. – Shit is really and truly hitting the fan in Trenton, Save Jerseyans. The state treasury announced a projected $10 billion two-year shortfall this week, jeopardizing Murphy’s pre-COVID-19 FY 2021 budget proposal and, in the interim, leading the 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