News Roundup & Open Thread – Tuesday, May 22, 2018

NJ Sports Betting – After the Supreme Court decision, the NFL’s Roger Goodell says he doesn’t trust New Jersey (or any other state) to manage sports gambling. But he wants a piece of the action. Meanwhile, in a rare show of agreement, Governor Murphy and Senate President Sweeney both say legalized sports betting will have to wait until at least June 7.

Overkill, 1984, or a necessary evil in today’s world? Has the surveillance state gone too far in Asbury Park?

A Dubious Distinction. New Jersey hospitals are among the national leaders in the number of C-Sections .

Trenton mayoral candidate debate. The on-again, off-again debate between Reed Gusciora and Paul Perez is back on. Endorsement: Teacher back Gusciora.

New Jersey vs Texas. With the Federal government AWOL, NJ Attorney General Grewal steps in to defend Dreamers.

Kushner vs Kushner in Jersey City

In addition to worrying about the actions of the Trump Crime Family, now we have Lyme Disease to put on our worry list.

Strolling Thunder: Babies rally at the State House.

Tammy Murphy

Women in STEM. First Lady Tammy Murphy promotes women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

Want to quit smoking? A bill in the legislature may help you achieve that goal.

Buckle up. Or pay up.

Op-Ed: Why Governor Murphy’s free community college initiative is good for New Jersey.

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