Atlantic City mayor Don Guardian has a sign on his desk
“I Believe in Miracles.” The Inquirer talks to the optimistic mayor, who is cutting city services like mad.
AC would like 2014 to go away now.
Authors of a non-assertive plan to “reform” Port Authority endorsed by Christie/Cuomo – instead of the assertive plan backed by both parties, in both houses of both state legislatures, vetoed by both governors – say some stuff to make it look like there will eventually be forward movement
Residents of both states, particularly this one, should be furious.
Moran: Why Christie and Cuomo kneecapped reform of Port Authority.
And in that ‘plan’ Christie/Cuomo favor? PATH could be targeted for privatization, service reduction.
Fulop slams PATH privatization option, likens it to ARC tunnel killing.
PA reform could start now, or later. And Christie/Cuomo chose later. Record editorial.
In Washington, simply avoiding failure is now an accomplishment
Herb Jackson reviews the low expectation game.
Bush leads Christie by 10 points in new 2016 poll. Ruh-roh.
Even in red states, anti-Obama governors have to admit Obamacare is working, and they’re reconsidering Medicaid expansion. And Christie? Ledger editorial board says this: Give this much to Gov. Chris Christie: He was never crazy enough to leave these billions of dollars on the table to make a political statement. He took the money, and while the expansion has been slowed by Sandy-like incompetence, it has provided coverage to about 300,000 people who lacked it. And it has reduced state spending on charity care for hospitals.