According to prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney for Southern District of New York's office, “bribes included cash, gold, payments toward a home mortgage, compensation for a low-or-no-show job, a luxury vehicle, and other things of value.”
“Simply put, you cannot write the history of our administration without recognizing George’s singular role in leading our team for over four and a half years,” said Gov. Phil Murphy.
According to a report from the state, the mandate “will not increase premiums in any material way,” and any that do occur could be mitigated by savings from a reduction in pregnancy care, including prenatal visits, delivery and postnatal visits.
The American Jobs and Competition Plan is a legislative package aimed at strengthening economic and national security amid increased competition and aggression from the Chinese Communist Party.
The locations were initially ordered closed in August after labor officials said the chain would have to pay nearly $2.6 million in fines, which included the back wages, as well as penalties for violating laws that protect workers’ rights.
The chair of CSG Law's Environmental Law practice discusses the latest moves on the infrastructure front, permitting, new flood rules and brownfields redevelopment.
The upward trend continues from July, which former state chief economist Charles Steindel described in his analysis of the monthly report for Garden State Initiative as "very concerning."
Jacquelyn Suarez currently serves as the director of the Department of Community Affairs' Division of Local Government Services.
“We are going to name and shame the bad actors who are avoiding their responsibilities, not only to the state, but to their employees as well," Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo said with the release of the list.
The measure requires the publication of a user-friendly, plain-language report summarizing and analyzing the Annual New Jersey Comprehensive Financial Report, a voluminous and technical document detailing the state's revenues, spending, assets and liabilities.
"[T]oday, with our flags flying high, I am proud to announce that I have selected a proven public servant – with a superb record of accomplishments – to join me in finishing the job that Sheila and I started," Gov. Phil Murphy said during Secretary of State Tahesha Way's Sept. 8 swearing in ceremony.
Sources familiar with the situation confirmed to NJBIZ that the governor has selected Tahesha Way to fill the critical role, following the death of Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver.