News Roundup & Open Thread for Friday, Nov. 23, 2012

Black Friday, boo-hiss. Shop local on Saturday.

Did the earth move for you, too?


Ledger: N.J. troopers beating of mentally disabled man shows dire need for training

  • We wouldn’t know about this story if it wasn’t for a leaked video and good journalism.


  • GOP Sen. Doherty legislation to ban beach tags stirs anger among Shore officials.
  • Camden legislators want to sell waterfront property to the state.
  • Medicaid expansion supporters build case on potential savings.
  • The Record: Share or pay.

    That explosive Newark Council meeting

  • Ledger: No justification for turning Newark Council’s public business into a brawl.
  • Booker defends tie-breaking role.
  • More Booker: #waywire founder Cory Booker has YouTube in his sights.


  • Sad-assed tourist attraction.
  • Who decides how to spend the millions donated for Sandy relief?
  • Are we ready to pay for underground lines and power grid update?
  • FDU poll: Sandy did not affect NJ vote.

    Nah, nothing can possibly go wrong here …

  • North Jersey towns acquiring high-tech surveillance gear.


  • Race to the Top Returns, This Time for School Districts.
  • Is your District on the list?


  • Good for the South Jersey towns opposing Christie’s veto of ‘Good Samaritan’ law.

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