Category: Phil Murphy

State Senator suggests it’s time for N.J. residents to begin defying Phil Murphy

TRENTON, N.J. – State Senator Declan O’Scanlon (R-13) has become the first New Jersey legislator to encourage residents to begin defying the Governor’s stay-at-home order. O’Scanlon’s tweet was partly tongue-and-cheek (referring to the May “flower moon” which can obviously be Read More

READ IT: Assemblyman’s bill would make Murphy seek legislative approval for emergency orders lasting logner than 2 weeks

TRENTON, N.J. – Last week we told you about Assembly Brian Bergen’s proposal to curb Phil Murphy’s emergency powers. He’s now released the actual text; if adopted, the governor would need to seek legislative approval if he wants to extend Read More

Murphy snaps: Unhappy with the guy in charge of N.J. unemployment? “Go to another state.”

TRENTON, N.J. – Remember that time Phil Murphy told New Jerseyans who want lower taxes to move? History repeated itself on Thursday when Governor Murphy told anyone who doesn’t like his embattled Labor Commissioner Robert “Rob” Asaro-Angelo to take a Read More

Ciattarelli: Phil Murphy’s “not New Jersey”

TRENTON, N.J. – Republican 2019 gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli highlighted many of Phil Murphy’s recent callous and autocratic-sounding comments in a Wednesday fundraising appeal. “How about a multiple-choice question?” Ciattarelli asked supporters in his blast email. “Which of the following Read More

As N.J. languishes without a reopening plan, legislator will introduce bill to curb Murphy’s powers

TRENTON, N.J. – The week began with Phil Murphy introducing a “roadmap” that didn’t contain any specific reopening dates, a decision which angered many residents and lawmakers. It ended with news that New Jersey’s 2020 unemployment filing have now eclipsed one Read More