This month, Governor Murphy signed the ‘New Jersey COVID-19 Emergency Bond Act’ authorizing the state to borrow up to $9.9 billion in light of the fiscal crisis imposed by the pandemic. This plan will place a surcharge on your property taxes for decades, without voter approval. A lawsuit launched by the Republican State Committee seeking […]
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Assemblymen John DiMaio and Kevin J. Rooney are calling for the state division of Alcoholic Beverage Control and municipalities to waive fees for restaurants and bars reopening under Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive orders.
By Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney - District 40 on June 8, 2020 in In The News, Press Releases
NJ businesses and services that can reopen in the coming weeks
By Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney - District 40 on June 2, 2020 in In The News, Press Releases
New Jersey Business owners have been coming up with their own operational plans that make sense and I embrace their pro-active clever ideas.
Lawmakers call on Gov. Murphy to allow in person graduation ceremonies
Motor Vehicle Commission Extends Dates till the End of July and its Deeply Impacting New Jerseyans
ALL NJ SCHOOLS WILL REMAIN CLOSED for in-person instruction
Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order Reopening State Parks and Golf Courses
Governor Phil Murphys “Road back” is a “Road block”
Assembly approves bill creating penalties for bias-based false public alarms
By Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney - District 40 on February 27, 2020 in In The News, News, Press Releases
TRENTON, N.J. – Jewish centers and synagogues have experienced bomb threats as the number of bias incidents in the state significantly increased. On Monday, the Assembly unanimously passed a bill (A724), co-sponsored by Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney, allowing the crime of creating a false public alarm to be charged as bias intimidation. Criminals who make hate-filled […]