News Roundup & Open Thread – April 3, 2018

Bob Gordon

Featured image (above): Fair Lawn’s Bob Gordon ends his decade of service in the state Senate to become a commissioner on the Board of Public Utilities. Is Joe Lagana the heir apparent?

Congratulations to our friends across the Delaware on their national championship!

Chris Christie’s advice to Donald Trump: It’s OK to lie. Just not to Robert Muller.

Impact of Toys Я Us demise hits one NJ town badly. Their back office is Wayne’s third largest employer. Meanwhile, Raymour & Flanigan puts in a bid for the Paramus toy store building.

Lakewood. Is the Orthodox Jewish community shutting out other groups?

Tilting at Windmills. Senator Robert Menendez has a Democratic primary challenger.

The bromance is over. South Jersey’s raconteur extraordinaire sours on his fellow Bay State transplant.

Kevin Riordan flanked by former Blue Jersey writer Jay Lassiter and Camden Activist Vida Neal

Good news from Moody’s. While the news from Moody’s Investor Service was progressively worse under 8 years of Christie, the company is bullish on our offshore wind projects that have had a renaissance in the Murphy administration.

Another Democrat challenges Van Drew in CD-2. Nate Kleinman joins Tanzie Youngblood and William Cunningham in challenging the hand-picked Norcross candidate to replace Frank LoBiondo. Democratic challenger Sean Thom recently dropped out of the primary race. Here’s a complete list of people who filed for congressional seats in New Jersey.

Dr. Herb Conaway

Making it more difficult to opt out of keeping the public healthy. Dr. Herb Conaway’s Assembly Health committee will vote Thursday to vaccinate more children.

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