New Jersey has ranked as the highest outbound state since 2012. In other words, our state had the highest percentage of people moving out versus moving in compared to the other 49 states. Even as the economy is doing better nationally, our state is lagging behind – and people are taking notice. An annual survey […]
“Various organizations, leaders, and legislators weighed in on Governor Murphy’s 2019 State of the State address (read the speech and watch the live stream here): … Assemblyman Rooney tweeted that he’s surprised ‘surprised Murphy is touting his success in providing property tax relief. How does an increase of $639M in property taxes last year fall under ‘relief’.” Read the full […]
TRENTON, N.J. – A bill sponsored by Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney allowing prior work experience to be considered for out-of-state certified nurse aides who want to practice in New Jersey was approved today by the Assembly. The legislation (A2442) codifies state Health Department regulations providing reciprocity for CNAs while also considering work experience. “Programs from other […]
TRENTON, N.J. – Sitting atop the state seal is the horse, which also happens to be the state animal. In fact, New Jersey holds the national title for having the most horses — more than 27,600. That’s one horse for every 323 people or nearly 4 horses for every square mile. The animals are used for […]
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Read the full story at: The 411 on the 911 Homeowners who use force to defend their dwellings from intruders could soon potentially be pardoned from prosecution, thanks to a bill sponsored by New Jersey assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney. Rooney, a Republican from Wyckoff, represents the 40thlegislative district of New Jersey. Rooney decided to […]
Assemblyman Kevin Rooney shares his personal experience as a former mayor and police commissioner before casting his vote on legalizing marijuana.
Assemblyman Kevin Rooney abstained on a bill that would allow marijuana related convictions to be expunged because Democrats slipped in a clause that would also expunge the records of people who sell drugs like heroin.