Murphy Signs Order Combating Gender Inequality

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Pressed by reporters for more specifics, Murphy said he would indeed take the full pay.

On Wednesday, January 17th, Democratic Governor Phil Murphy convened a meeting with members of his cabinet, most of whom have not yet been confirmed by the Senate, to sign a second executive order regarding ethics in this administration.

"New Jersey may legalize marijuana". The policy change is meant to promote more gender-pay equity in New Jersey, and the salary history issue is something that has been emphasized in recent years by equal-pay activists.

The governor proposed that NY do some fact finding.

Originally from the suburbs of Boston, Murphy, a former Goldman Sachs executive and USA ambassador to Germany, has spoken frequently about how he was inspired to serve by the Kennedys.

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Murphy built his campaign around undoing the Trump administration's efforts on health care, immigration and taxes.

And while Christie didn't break a bone himself, he did shift that burden (classic!) to the former lieutenant governor, Kim Guadagno. Oliver also will head of the state's Community Affairs Department and will become acting governor whenever murphy is out of state.

Governor Phil Murphy-officially in office just two days-has already begun to implement numerous "progressive" policy changes he promised on the campaign trail and transform New Jersey into the "California of the East".

Murphy delivered the inaugural address after being administered the oath of office by state Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner just before noon inside the Trenton War Memorial.

Phil Murphy posted a photo of his wife and children in a group hug on Twitter Tuesday and wrote "Today our great state turns a new page".

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