Bramnick Seeks Special Session to Curb Murphy’s Executive Power

Bramnick today in Westfield.

Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick (R-21) wants a special session of the state legislature to end Gov. Phil Murphy’s state of emergency and use of executive orders.

“The legislature must act to end the state of emergency that gives a hundred percent of government control to one man,” said Bramnick.  “We need the legislature to take back their right to make the laws.  For over six months we’ve been ruled by executive orders made without any hearing or public input.”

Every 30 days for the last six months, Murphy continued his public health emergency order in the face of the COVID-19 virus. The order has allowed him to bypass the Legislature and normal rule making procedures, Bramnick complained. As of September 1, he has issued 77 executive orders related to the public health emergency. It’s too much, according to the Republican leader.

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  • Kirielson

    There is nothing that’s stopping him from proposing a law, to cement things.

    • Hancock212

      You are absolutely correct. Bramnick just wants to get some publicity to try to score double digits in the next poll for governor.

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