News Roundup & Open Thread for Wednesday, March 29, 2017

BRIDGEGATE STILL ON OUR MINDS

The Christie administration spent millions of dollars and kept key documents confidential in the Barlyn whistleblower case. Lawmakers want to end such deals.

Christie on Sanctuary Cities: “Absolutely no chance I’ll support them.”

TRUMP DECLARES “END OF WAR ON COAL” 

Fulop critic in talks to join mayor’s ticket in November: An odd couple.

A class action lawsuit accuses NY/NJ Port Authority of discrimination by targeting and falsely arresting men perceived as gay.

Inside the municipal court cash machine: Many cash-strapped municipalities have turned to the law for new revenue,

GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY/ELECTION

The House Democrats’ political arm has begun running digital ads against Rep. Leonard Lance, over a committee vote on the GOP’s unsuccessful healthcare bill.

THE LD’S

The nomination petition filing deadline is April 3, so we will have a complete, final list of primary candidates shortly thereafter.

Invading our privacy: A bill goes to Trump which he will sign. It make it easier for telecommunications companies to track and sell customers’ online information,

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