Weekend News Roundup for Feb. 3-4, 2018

Rosa Parks’ Birthday will be observed in Newark today 1pm as people gather by the Rosa Parks Statue (Essex County Government Complex, 50 West Market Street). Sponsored by People’s Organization For Progress.

Shorter Roundup today; I’m off to vote in Hunterdon County Democratic Committee’s county convention for CD 7 endorsement, where our county chair has already been campaigning for her choice, in advance of our vote.  


Murphy Enters the Shark Tank: WNYC’s David Furst talks to Charles Stile on Murphy’s kumbaya consensus builder after Christie’s strutting alpha dog (7 min)


These are the jobs New Jersey want for Newarkers: Amazon patents wristband that tracks warehouse workers: The bracelet vibrates to point the employee’s hand in the right direction

More depressing news out of Mahwah. ‘Pathological liar,’ expletive, feuds. 

As the outcome of an ethics complaint against board member Anna Fallon awaits resolution, TAPinto Flemington has sued the Flemington-Raritan School District to discover how much it has spent defending her.

Atlantic City’s new mayor believes legal weed could jump start his city’s economy. He’ll be along as some NJ lawmakers journey to Nevada to see how their fellow casino state’s doing launching their marijuana economy

In ‘life and death’ stakes, judge stops NJ deportation of Indonesians




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