N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy has signed into law the Fair Chance in Housing Act, which bars landlords from asking about criminal history on housing applications. The only exceptions are if the prospective tenant is a registered sex offender or was convicted for making meth in federally assisted housing. After making an offer, landlords can run a criminal background check on a potential tenant. They would then be able to deny housing to those who were released from prison for first-degree offenses within the past six years, second- and third-degree crimes within the last four years, and fourth-degree crimes within the past year.
The Biden Administration Continues to Exaggerate the Risk Posed by COVID-19 Breakthrough Infections While Slamming the Press for Doing the Same Thing
The administration is dismayed by the alarmist news coverage it invited.
The mayor's maskless birthday party was also attended by comedian Dave Chappelle.
Three of the officers were denied qualified immunity, but accountability is a long way off.
Reason has joined a new legal effort seeking to force the government to unseal warrants justifying the FBI's seizure of more than 600 safe deposit boxes.
The Provincetown Outbreak Shows Vaccinated People Can Be Infected by the Coronavirus, but the CDC's Director Grossly Exaggerates That Risk
Researchers are still trying to determine what role vaccinated carriers may have played in the Massachusetts cases identified by the CDC.