News Roundup & Open Thread – Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Featured photo: Phil Gregory, WHYY

Sloppy with gun safety. Carteret PD has issued dozens of gun permits without required background checks.

Affordable Housing. Two wealthy towns (and many across the state) are not meeting their obligations, a judge says.

Can New Brunswick become an innovation hub? The Governor and the State University think so.

As if Atlantic City didn’t have enough tsuris. Democrats file a criminal complaint against the city’s mayor.

Nailing it. No, Metro North is not improving its on-time record, but rather the fingernail length of its employees.

Ensuring fair and effective representation. A bill advances that would enable union reps to meet with the people they serve.

Will this compassionate bill have a better chance under our new Governor? Advocating for aid in dying for the terminally ill.

Recognizing a Camden artist. Nick Virgilio Writer’s House opens (Riordan)

Congratulations to Blue Jersey Founder Juan Melli on his new gig!

National Weather Service Snowfall Forecast as of 6 AM today:

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