News Roundup & Open Thread – Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Union Hotel - Flemington

Pay to Play: Firms doing business with the State donated megabucks to candidates. Not counting the dark money.

Asm. Dr. Conaway

Keeping our kids healthy: Assemblyman Dr. Herb Conaway advances a bill that would restrict opt-out of mandatory vaccinations for kids.

Atlantic City Revitalization: Casinos are turning a profit these days.

Flemington Redevelopment: Agreement reached on the sale of the iconic Union Hotel. (pictured above)

Making Jersey City safer by working to reduce traffic deaths.

Sweeney helps his buddy. The Senate President postpones a vote on Governor Murphy’s gun safety bills until after the June primary to help congressional candidate Jeff Van Drew, who has a 100% NRA rating.

Venezuelan enclave on the Delaware River gets cleaned up in preparation for its return to New Jersey.

Investing in our Future: Governor Murphy’s free community college initiative should not be considered an expense, but rather an investment in the future well-being of our shared community.

Cover up of abuse alleged at Bergen Catholic High School.

PSEG Behaving Badly. On the eve of the legislature’s vote to subsidize PSE&G’s nuclear facilities with taxpayer money, a federal agency accuses the utility of false statements during rate negotiations.


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