And in NJ? nearly a dozen contributors were firms that received millions in contracts with the state last year.
A top GOP fundraiser Christie may need for 2016 is unhappy with Christie’s dune program, saying it violates several core Republican principles, including private property rights and fiscal restraint. He and his neighbors have their own plan, and seek exemptions.
Return to private-sector fix to save AC?
Moody’s Investor Services: NJ kicked in just 28¢ for every needed $1 in 2013.
In NJ Senate today: vote on a bill requiring early voting to be available in at least 3 locations/county 15 days before a general election. Christie vetoed previous early voting bill.
End is coming for the dreaded red-light cameras.
Want the state to do away with the mandatory public vote before a town privatizes its water system? Sen. Paul Sarlo does, and the NJ ratepayer advocate says his bill’s seriously flawed.
Bill to require NJ prisons to limit inmate solitary confinement.
Jackson: Unions may sway Keystone XL pipeline vote
Organized labor vs. the environment, the divide within the progressive coalition,” says Jeff Tittel.
Bill weaves Sting’s new Broadway show into a discussion of NJ economics
“The only life we’ve known is in the shipyard,” about the loss of manufacturing and of bedrock New Jersey industries.
Star-Ledger weighs in on Hillary, whose NJ fundraisers are already on high alert. They’d like to see her have some competition, and they have a Dem in mind.