News Roundup & Open Thread for Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010

Had to do this Roundup quick and in the middle of the night. Miss something you’re reading? Post a link in comments and we’ll read it too.

Congratulations to Jon Corzine & Sharon Elghanayan

  • Married last night.

    Hey, Gov. Christie

  • Did you tell the “government watchdog group” you talked to this week about your non-disclosure slush fund? And what exactly is a “corporate-sponsored” reform group? Feh, never mind.

    Did 3 Seton Hall women professors get rooked?

  • Ask the NJ Supreme Court.

    If you think their goal will be to dismantle Highlands Act

  • Well, that wouldn’t exactly be a surprise, would it.

    Surprise, surprise

  • Christie is a No on the Subway.

    Parsippany defies Christie’s school honcho in Morris

  • School board was sharply divided – 4-4, with an abstention – but the vote was not to rescind the contract of superintendent LeRoy Seitz, the Governor’s latest punching bag.

  • What’s next: Hoboken.

    We’re just waiting for Christie’s signature now

  • On the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights.

    Rep. Steve Rothman’s Chief of Staff

  • Arrested in MD for soliciting a minor, in a sting netting 11 suspects.

    Christie threatens to veto

  • Democrats tool kit compromise that he calls “watered down”.

    Have something to tell the President?

  • I filled out this survey …

    A Very Bloggy Edition of Reporters Roundtable

  • Guess who.
  • Comments (2)

    1. Bill Orr

      A sad story. A press release indicates, “Congressman Rothman considers this alleged criminal act to be shocking, appalling and indefensible. As a parent, he understands the vital importance of protecting our children from predators.” The action of his aide indeed appears to be awful. I think, however, that following the termination it would have been more appropriate for Rothman to just let the law take its natural course as opposed to issuing self-serving and nasty comments about a seemingly sick individual.

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    2. Hopeful

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