Image: Demonstration outside of Tom MacArthur’s private “town hall” late yesterday afternoon. Credit: Indivisible SJ Now
Today is the deadline for submitting your 2016 Federal Income Taxes. Don’t hold your breath waiting for transparency from Mr. Trump.
The governor tries to put a good spin on his legacy in what amounts to his exit interview with the New York Times.
Where are they now? Christie’s consiglieres end up in places ranging from white-collar “prison” to the Port Authority cesspool to DC jobs.
Pissing on the Third Rail: Christie and Amtrak blame each other for our lousy rail infrastructure.
The wealthiest member of the New Jersey delegation garners almost a quarter million in the last quarter while freshman Josh Gottheimer leads the pack with triple that amount.
A Tale of Two Town Halls: NBC10 contrasts the open nature of a Democrat’s Town Hall with the insular approach by a Republican congressman. (video)
Our Next Governor
Candidates report the sources of their income, but are not required to reveal everything.
Welcome to Trump’s America
Trump’s pro-pollution agenda hits the Garden State. Dirty coal plant will continue to operate.
Millennial Power: Stephany Kim assumes the council seat vacated by Food & Water Watch’s former Director.
Follow the Money: Why it’s nearly impossible for a Democrat to be elected to a county-wide post in Burlington County.
Privatization Failure: Once again, the company selected to run the state lottery fails to meet revenue goals.
Ticking Time Bomb at the Shore: Oyster Creek Nuke gets increased oversight after a bad inspection.
With the March for Science coming up this weekend, New Jersey’s State University puts out this video touting their science accomplishments: