News Roundup for Thursday, April 21, 2016

Law requiring NJ police cars to have cameras is unconstitutional? 

Wow. Not NJ, except for us to consider how we differ, but UK now issues travel advisories for LGBT citizens visiting NC &  Mississippi. 

Feud between Sweeney & Prieto over competing Atlantic City plans continues.

Hooking up Bernie – Robyn Gedrich of Brick is now unbanned at Tinder and talking income inequality to millennials.

Fallout from Seton Hall Law’s racial profiling study: A place card bearing the name “Mayor Michael Venezia” sat on the table at Carteret School in Bloomfield Tuesday,  between Sen. Ronald Rice and Councilman Joe Lopez, Venezia’s archrival as they compete for the Dem nomination for mayor. However, while his name was there, Venezia was not.

Bob Braun: How NJ teachers rescued children from Pearson’s PARCC computer crash.

CD1 primary: Rep. Don Norcross and challenger Alex Law set two debates. 

New faces on your money – Making change or just good on paper?

Christie – plus a little of the GOP White House race

 

 

Comments (3)

  1. CreedPogue

    The state should pay for mandates to municipalities. That is one of the big causes of our property tax problems.

    Reply
  2. CreedPogue

    Is anyone truly surprised by Ms. Savali’s stance? For some people, admitting that any progress has ever been made would eliminate the reason for their overheated rhetoric.

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *