Contact tracing is key to state’s efforts to stop spread of COVID-19, but unless New Jerseyans are secure about how their data is being used ...
Forty-three inmates have died after contracting the disease. Advocates say there is a lack of transparency; one calls state’s effort to protect prisoners ‘abject failure’
While Gov. Murphy takes steps to reopen the state, some lawmakers are levying criticism
League of Women Voters of New Jersey, NAACP New Jersey State Conference seek urgent repair of state’s ‘procedurally flawed’ system
Most registered Republicans and Democrats will automatically get a ballot, while all other voters will receive an application for a mail-in ballot
Some officials are raising questions and asking banks for detailed demographic data about who got the money, but many lending institutions say they never collect ...
Two measures pending in state Assembly would allow towns and counties to borrow to get past the crisis
Why there’s doubt: Governor has already vetoed bills that sought state funding to help needy individuals, citing NJ’s ‘dire’ financial situation
Operators of 15 hospitals, hospital systems each get more than $10 million in COVID-19 relief
At federal facility at Fort Dix, social distancing is impossible, masks are in scant supply and visibly ill prisoners continue to work — while 40 ...