News Roundup – Tuesday, December 11, 2018

A Step Backwards. The President of the Camden County League of Women Voters opposes the legislature’s redistricting initiative.

Redemption? Could the man who put Jared Kushner’s father in jail end up as Trump’s next Chief of Staff?

Struggling to pay for a college education in New Jersey. It’s especially difficult if you’re an immigrant.

Is it 2021 yet? Governor Murphy’s non-profit launches a new campaign ad.

Bill Bradley

44 Former US Senators, including New Jersey’s Bill Bradley, call on the current Senate to – well, do its job.

Measles Outbreak. Eighty-six Ocean County residents were recently exposed.

How will climate change affect New Jersey? A Rutgers professor explains.

Parting shot. Lame duck Congressman Frank LoBiondo joins colleagues in opposing seismic blasting in the Atlantic Ocean.

What was the most expensive House race in New Jersey this year? Hint: It’s the one that requires TV ads in two of the most expensive markets in the nation.

Who will replace Congressman-Elect Jeff Van Drew in the New Jersey State Senate? A hand-picked successor.

Attorney General Grewal

Who should investigate police shootings – the county or the state? The Attorney General has issues with the legislature’s approach.

Nobody’s talking, but it seems that the Atlantic City mayor is in deep trouble.

Our crumbling infrastructure: Will New Jersey Democrats be able to reverse Christie’s fiasco while Individual 1 is President?

 

Featured photo: From Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton Township

Photo credits: Featured image and Bill Bradley: my own. AG Grewal; NorthJersey.com

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