Category: News

After closing outdoor restaurants for months? Murphy relaxes alcohol service rules… for a fee.

TRENTON, N.J. – This one is guaranteed to make your blood boil, Save Jerseyans. Governor Murphy trumpeted the reopening of outdoor dining establishments effective June 15th this week, but for restaurants hoping to make money on liquor, the good news comes Read More

GOP leaders announce plan to sue Murphy over borrowing: “Today, NJ Dems picked a side”

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey’s Democrat-controlled Assembly passed an unconstitutional borrowing plan on Thursday, one which is expected to increase state taxpayers’ burden for years to come. Shortly after the vote, Republican leaders held a Zoom press conference to annouce Read More

The data is in: no Memorial Day Weekend COVID-19 spike at the Jersey Shore

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy is fond of saying that “data determines dates.” If he truly believes that, then the latest data suggests that New Jersey should fully open without delay. On Wednesday (June 3rd), we Read More

Trenton raised your tolls during a pandemic. Next up on Thursday: a property tax surcharge and sales tax hike?

TRENTON, N.J. – That’s right. Get ready, Save Jerseyans. While you were ordered to stay at home by Governor Murphy (unless you’re rioting or protesting something other than the lockdown), Trenton agencies voted to raise tolls on the Garden State Read More

CHAOS: Federal auditor blasts New Jersey’s oversight of long-term care residents’ Medicaid benefits

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A scathing new report by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’s Office of Inspector General concludes that New Jersey’s oversight of long-term care facilities has been worse than previously reported. According to the report released Read More