Governing Magazine looks at The State of Public Employment
And because of Gov. Christie’s lying to the legislature and cheating public workers on their pensions, New Jersey does look good.
U.S. Representative Rush Holt bids farewell to Congress after 8 terms
After 16 years representing New Jersey, our congressman-scientist remained optimistic about public service. That quality was always one of his best, and now he brings it back to science itself.
Why Blue Jersey reached the last straw on this long-time user.
100,000 people (including 375,000 kids) in NJ don’t know where their next meal will come from. . Two Dem lawmakers say NJ throws more food away than any other state; can we “glean” that food instead to people who need it?
Buy your baubles and knick-knacks on the Turnpike, AC Expressway and GSP?
Christie and Cuomo push back against Port Authority reform
Wisniewski raises the question whether the PATH night closure idea is political payback against mayors Dawn Zimmer and Steve Fulop.
Top legislative leaders: Vetoes won’t stop Port Authority reforms.
Ledger editorial: Override the veto of Port Authority reforms.
The Auditor says it won’t be overridden.
Christie signs controversial bill to extend NJ building permits.
“Storming the Vote”
Remember what it was like getting out the vote – and getting that vote counted – in the wake of Superstorm Sandy? Watch.
Post-election, ready for the new term
Analysis: Tedesco ready for quick changes in Bergen County John C. Ensslin at The Record has a list of what to watch for as he begins his term.
Why has NJ seen historic lows in voter turnout recently?
Christie v. Jeb Bush: Where they stand on guns, education and more.
New England is a bit safer today
Here’s why NJ should pay attention to that.