News Roundup & Open Thread – Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Are you registered to vote? Today is the last day you can register if you want to vote in the June Primary Election.

In a defeat for Sheldon Adelson, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed with the State of New Jersey to override Congress’ ban on sports betting. So now that the court has decided, where do we go from here? Will the Big Dance come to New Jersey?

Whoda thunk? WIll the Supreme’s decision on sports betting bode well for sanctuary cities?

Elizabeth, NJ: The latest tourist destination.

More McJobs for New Jersey. McDonald’s will hire 5,000 new workers in the Garden State.

Combatting gun violence. A profile of Governor Murphy’s point man.

Saving our young people. The legislature is working on stemming the third leading cause of death for New Jersey’s youngsters.

The Sheridan case. Appellate Court reverses dismissal of a whistleblower case involving a forensic detective investigating the death of a prominent Cooper Hospital executive and his wife.

Students at Haddonfield High School protest the lack of due process in the cancellation of their lacrosse season due to a racial incident.

The smallest town in New Jersey. The epitome of home rule.

Clear waters ahead. Senate committee sends confirmation of Catherine McCabe as DEP Commissioner to the full Senate for a vote.

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