Dustin Racioppi, North Jersey News

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Recent articles by Dustin:

Murphy campaign, NJ to pay Katie Brennan $1M to settle lawsuit

NJ and the Phil Murphy campaign agree to $1M lawsuit settlement with Katie Brennan, who claimed she was sexually assaulted by a Murphy aide in 2017. → Read More

Coronavirus: Gov. Murphy meeting with President Trump Thursday to talk funding

Phil Murphy and Donald Trump are meeting Thursday to talk about coronavirus → Read More

Protesters rally against stay-at-home order in Trenton following Murphy press conference

Hundreds of protesters descended on the state capital Tuesday to rail against Gov. Phil Murphy’s lockdown orders. → Read More

NJ stay-at-home order in effect 'until further notice.' What we know about Murphy's reopening plan

Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday laid out a "road map" for restarting New Jersey's economy with a series of public health benchmarks. → Read More

First child death linked to COVID-19 reported in New Jersey

Officials declined to name the 4 year old, but said they had underlying conditions → Read More

Widespread coronavirus testing is key to reopening NJ. So how much progress have we made?

Years of funding cuts and delegation of contact tracing has led to a shortage of tests and the state's ability to know how and when to reopen the economy. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: National Guard will help embattled nursing homes

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said 120 National Guard members will begin working in the state's nursing homes to help battle coronavirus. → Read More

NJ schools will remain closed through at least May 15

New Jersey schools will remain closed through at least May 15 in order to keep people apart to slow the transmission of the coronavirus. → Read More

NJ joins northeast states in regional commission on economy's reopening

The governors of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island will cooperate to reopen their states economies, they say. → Read More

Murphy gave chief counsel 'free pass' for coronavirus test despite showing no symptoms

By virtue of his position as the governor's top lawyer, Platkin got a "free pass," Murphy said. → Read More

Top aide to NJ Gov. Phil Murphy tests positive for coronavirus, now quarantined

Matt Platkin, NJ Gov. Phil Murphy's chief legal counsel, recently tested positive for the coronavirus but is asymptomatic and been working from home. → Read More

Non-essential construction sites must close down by Friday, Murphy says

Murphy announced the indefinite halt to construction projects on Wednesday along with other measures intended to promote social distancing → Read More

Their relatives are in facilities with coronavirus outbreaks. NJ gov has 'concerns'

Family members complain that they are not being notified of coronavirus-related deaths at care facilities. Phil Murphy says it's difficult to address. → Read More

Murphy, Menendez tour Secaucus pop-up field hospital built to manage coronavirus surge

The pop-up hospital is intended to help North Jersey hospitals swamped with virus-related cases. → Read More

For years NJ closed hospitals. Now facing coronavirus surge, it needs them

New Jersey is scrambling to build hospitals for an expected surge of coronavirus. → Read More

Behind the scenes with the team of police, officials in charge of NJ's coronavirus response

The Regional Operations & Intelligence Center is the nerve center of New Jersey’s coronavirus planning and response. → Read More

Expect 'many more weeks' of lockdown in NJ, but officials planning for tri-state reopening

New Jersey will remain under a lockdown for 'many more weeks,' Gov. Phil Murphy said Tuesday, but the tri-state region will open in concert. → Read More

NJ to switch to mail-in ballots and change elections schedule to slow coronavirus spread

Votes to elect school board members and others will be done by mail only, Gov. Phil Murphy said. → Read More

NJ reports two more coronavirus related deaths as statewide cases spike to 427 Wednesday

The increases come as the state ramps up testing and Gov. Murphy cautioned NJ could be short 300,000 hospital beds without federal help. → Read More

Murphy: NJ hospitals face massive bed shortfalls as coronavirus spreads

A surge could leave doctors with the decision to deny care to victims of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy said in a letter to President Donald Trump → Read More