With the average gas price in New Jersey still more than $4 a gallon, Gov. Phil Murphy says the state will “almost certainly” provide some sort of relief for residents.
Murphy said officials are still “trying to figure out” what kind of move will have “the highest bang for the buck” as officials across the nation search for ways to offset gas prices and other effects of high inflation.
“The pain is real,” the governor said during his regular call-in radio show on News 12 New Jersey Monday night. “Gas prices have come down a little bit — tell that to somebody that they’re feeling better because they came down 16 cents over the past couple of weeks. They’re still at astronomical levels.” Read More from NJ.com.