The mayor also called on city residents to begin working from home if possible.
The curfew order in Newark may be a sign of what lies ahead for other parts of the state dealing with virus outbreaks.
"[The governor] has lawfully exercised his power without religious animus to make sure we don’t find ourselves back where we were in March," Judge Kiyo Matsumoto said.
The proposed measure, which must be approved by the state, marks the first significant rollback in the city's reopening.
“The corona thing doesn’t seem to have really hit anyone yet.”
The budget airline's unexpected closing has left employees without jobs and travelers sans flights.
'Presently, I view my position to be a hostage for a racist fantasy, which is what I view the wall as.'
'The longer this goes on the more chances that something’s going to break. That’s what has us concerned.'
A typical starting salary for a TSA employee is only about $17,000.
SURPRISE: The L train will not run after 10:45 p.m. until the end of November.
'The governor and his family hold no special privileges over the residents and citizens of the state of New Jersey.'
NJ beaches are closed thanks to a budget squabble shutdown.
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