News Roundup & Open Thread for Wednesday, May 30, 2012
May 30, 2012Uncategorized
ACLU’s Deborah Jacobs on her way to a new job
After 13 years as ACLU-NJ’s exec director, she’s on her way to advocate for women at the Ms. Foundation for Women.
Perth Amboy school board tries, again, to get rid of superintendent Caffrey – will Chris Cerf intervene again?
This seems like it should be an easy fix, maybe you should fix it.
Don’t fault Cory Booker for ambition
So says Star-Ledger.
Christie ally & alleged political website hacker has no plans to step down
Felix Roque has no plans to step down as mayor of West New York, says a town official.
Cory Booker’s communication director resigns
Would have been a classier move if Booker took responsibility himself for what he said on Meet the Press.
Fierce Online Video finds the Gov, an “accomplished self-promoter” ahead of the curve getting himself seen.
Christie using offense to play defense. (Katz, Christie Chronicles)
“Sticks and stones may break my bones”
Bruce Harris says he doesn’t care what people say when the question his qualifications for the NJ Supreme Court.
Christie will be holding a “Town Hall” in E. Brunswick at the same time his high court pick Bruce Harris was scheduled before Senate Judiciary.
Primary June 5
CD9: Details of Bill Clinton’s Friday stump for Pascrell.
NJ Spotlight Voter Guides for CD10, CD5 & CD7.
At least for the short term, consumers are going to pay big subsides for new power plants in New Jersey.
Chris Christie’s Budget Calls For $1.64 Billion In One-Shots. (Audio)
Christie administration scores another win, in court this time, against unions, as a judge upholds suspension of COLA increases till about 2040.
That 7.6 mile gas pipeline you probably don’t want built through the Highlands you just cleared its last regulatory hurdle.
Sweeney: Compromise on NJ university mergers won’t be ready by June 1
There is still very significant opposition.
Want to pay a woman to carry your fetus for 9 month? NJ Senate’s going to consider letting you.
Worried your personal documents might still be stored on a machine once used to copy/scan them? So’s the Assembly, and a bill now heads to the Senate to address it.
Ken Zisa trial
Judge decides today if the suspended Hackensack police chief must step down.