Tag: online

Official N.J. website’s COVID-19 quiz warns you might be sick… even if you’re likely not.

By Matt Rooney _ UPDATE: The Murphy Administration apparently fixed its quiz after our post… Some Save Jersey readers, however, are still reporting bogus results… The best advice? Don’t take online #COVIDー19 quizzes even on government websites. – Original Post: Read More

LIVE: Watch Trump’s Oval Office Border Wall Address

WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Donald J. Trump will deliver his first Oval Address on Tuesday evening to make the case for his politically-combustible $5.7 billion U.S.-Mexican Border “wall” project. The address is scheduled for 9:00 p.m. EST. Watch it LIVE Read More

Thanks to Phil Murphy? New Jersey’s gifts will cost more this Christmas.

TRENTON, N.J. — If you’re an early Christmas shopper? And you purchased something from Amazon, eBay and Etsy on November 1st? You might have noticed a higher-than-usual price tag. That’s because Governor Phil Murphy signed a bill into law on Thursday subjecting online purchases Read More

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Rep. Frelinghuysen Should Stand Up for New Jersey and Online Gaming

New Jersey was the first state in the nation to exercise its right under the Tenth Amendment to allow residents to legally participate in online gaming.  In the crazy world of Washington, DC, this right is now being stripped away Read More

New Jersey Legal Online Casinos Outpace Several Atlantic City Casinos With $20.8 Million In April Gaming Revenue

LAS VEGAS, May 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — After another near-record performance in April, online gaming continues to generate more revenue than nearly half of the land-based casinos in the state, according to analysts from PlayNJ.com. The New Jersey Monthly Internet Read More

Posting Legal Notices Online

December 18, 2016 Cross-posted from Medium.com/@GovChristie — On Thursday, the Legislature advanced a commonsense piece of legislation that was first proposed in 2004 and will reform the archaic practice of requiring taxpayers and private businesses to pay for costly legal notices in Read More