Tag: order

N.J. resident criminally charged for 30+ person gathering in Salem County

PENNS GROVE, N.J. – One of the first (if not the first) people to be charged for violating Governor Phil Murphy’s “stay at home” order allegedly held a 30+ person gathering on Monday in the tiny 5,000-resident Salem County town Read More

N.J. ready to criminally charge “stay at home” violators; DOJ exploring indefinite detention

By Matt Rooney _ Governor Murphy’s executive order shuttering “non-essential” businesses and banning ALL social gatherings (weddings, funerals, etc.) takes effect Saturday evening at 9 p.m., Save Jerseyans.  If you violate it? You could get a warning. You also might Read More

UPDATE: Bergen’s top official backs down from business-closing order, compares self to Bible’s Noah

By Matt Rooney _ Bergen County’s Democrat Executive Jim Tedesco had cited his “moral authority” to shutter businesses and enact draconian COVID-19 emergency measures earlier this week. On Thursday, Tedesco finally backed off of his order (previously delayed until Saturday Read More

Executive Order Is No Substitute for Obamacare Repeal, Experts Say

A executive order promised by President Donald Trump to increase competition in the health insurance market is no substitute for repealing Obamacare, according to conservative health policy experts. Thwarted by the Senate on health care legislation, the president is turning Read More

Frustrated Trump threatens executive action on health care

Stymied by Congress and, arguably, his failure to manage difficult-to-corral congressional leaders, President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to threaten executive action on health care: – Since Congress can't get its act together on HealthCare, I will Read More

Trump Executive Orders Fall Victim to Legislating from the Bench

Thursday night, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decided to continue blocking President Donald Trump’s recent executive orders on immigration. This is a deliberate attempt to shift control over immigration from the executive and legislative branches to the judicial branch Read More

Trump Executive Orders Fall Victim to Legislating from the Bench

Thursday night, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decided to continue blocking President Donald Trump’s recent executive orders on immigration. This is a deliberate attempt to shift control over immigration from the executive and legislative branches to the judicial branch Read More

Christie: #2A Rights are “God-given” but “I can’t override the legislature”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog This exchange from the Governor’s Tuesday town hall in Whippany should interest some of you, Save Jerseyans. Asked by an attendee if he would try to help expand gun rights by executive order, Gov. Read More