Senator Lou Dobbs
Yeah, I don’t like the sound of that either. Nevertheless, the Sussex resident is considering a run against Bob Menendez. As a stepping stone to his race for President. Really.
Dobbs, who gets apoplectic on the subject of immigration, tries a quick fix with Latinos.
Jon Runyan confirms he’s running against John Adler
But first he’s gonna play a little football. In San Diego. And man, that commute’s a bitch.
Meanwhile, Adler is focused on actual disasters.
Jersey Shore towns restricting access
Might get left off any federal funding in the wake of the recent nor’easter.
Mammograms at age 40-49
Leonard Lance says ignore the new recommendations of U.S. Preventive Services Task Force to raise the age of first-mammograms without high risk factor.
Frank Pallone will hold congressional hearings on the issue next month.
Aimed at keeping people from returning right back to prison
A 4-bill package or reforms from Asw Bonnie Watson Coleman.
Just in time: financial literacy in the schools
Signed into law, a pilot program to teach money management to high school seniors in six districts.
Merge me, just let me keep the illusion of home rule
Q-poll finds New Jerseyans more interested in merging local government and schools.
Rutgers, home of the groundbreaking Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), and their Ready to Run campaign trainings for women, takes note of the women now in NJ leadership.
Christie gets a subpoena
Hate blogger and FBI informant Hal Turner, charged with threatening federal judges, is calling the ex-USA to testify on his role in refusing to prosecute Turner.
A clear distinction of values, incoming and outgoing
Christie’s not even governor yet, but apparently wants Corzine to hold to that spending freeze that Christie called for. And Corzine wants to find emergency funding for soup kitchens and food pantries struggling to keep people fed during this recession.
If Chris Christie has a problem with your attitude, that’s a clear signal maybe you’re doing something right.
Next Democratic State Chair
Nellie Pou won’t rule out a run.
Vaccine mandate suspended
A flu vaccine mandate for kids in pre-school or child-care is suspended due to inadequate supplies of the seasonal flu vaccine.
Cherry Hill: Sewer rates to go up, first time in 20 years.
Passaic: Fire and police departments are assured: no layoffs.
Plainfield: 11 city workers, to be laid off.
Camden: Audit makes 50 recommendations.
Atlantic City: Council to vote on a huge infrastructure improvement proposal.