Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton has opened a new Family Access Center in East Windsor to meet the outpatient mental health needs of adults and children in eastern Mercer County. More ... Wednesday, March 20, 2019
On Tuesday, March 5, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy will announce his budget for the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year.
The New Jersey Catholic Conference and the New Jersey Network of Catholic School Families are asking voters to contact the governor’s office regarding funding items that affect students in nonpublic schools.
Pro-life advocates were dealt a setback Feb. 7 as legislation that would allow terminally ill adults to end their lives advanced in the state Legislature.
By a vote of 6-3, the Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee voted in favor of the “Aid in Dying for Terminally Ill Act” (S1072/A1504). It now goes to the Senate Budget Committee.
New Jersey’s minimum wage earners will now see a steady increase to $15 an hour under a bill signed into state law Feb. 4 by Gov. Phil Murphy.
The long-debated increase will happen incrementally, with most of New Jersey’s low-wage workers seeing a rise to $10 an hour in July, and a jump of another $1 each January until reaching $15 an hour in 2024. The current rate is $8.85 an hour.