On the Record – Sunday, November 28, 2010

By Michael Aron
Interview with Ridgefield Mayor Anthony Suarez, the first NJ public official in a decade to be declared innocent in a corruption case in a decade. Read more of this post

Reporters Roundtable – Friday, November 26, 2010

By Michael Aron
Special edition of Reporters Roundtable with political bloggers. Read more of this post

Democrats Introduce Bills to Create Jobs

By Zachary Fink
With New Jersey’s unemployment rate over 9 percent, Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver today announced a package of bills Read more of this post

Praise and Criticism For Christie’s Natural Gas Policy

By Ed Rodgers
It was just last week that the Christie administration announced it was taking action to block a liquefied natural gas facility Read more of this post

Governor Christie Holds Press Availability

By Zachary Fink
Democratic legislative leaders announced a deal they reached on capping arbitration awards one hour before Governor Christie’s press conference.  Read more of this post

Diabetic Retinopathy the Leading Cause of Blindness in Adults

By Sara Lee Kessler
Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in adults and 25-percent of the people who have diabetes aren’t aware of it.  Read more of this post

Governor Christie Keynote Speaker for Committee of Seventy

By Jerry Henry
As keynote speaker for the Committee of Seventy, a Philadelphia based non-partisan, not-for-profit government watchdog organization, Governor Christie Read more of this post

Successful Bullying Prevention Programs in NJ Schools

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn
While the legislature awaits word about if and when Governor Christie will sign new, tough, anti-bullying legislation, education leaders say Read more of this post

Assembly to Vote on Medical Marijuana & Anti-bullying Bills

By Zachary Fink
The NJ state Senate and Assembly passed the Anti-bullying Bill of Rights today.  Read more of this post

Senate Considers Bills to Reform Casino & Horseracing Industries

By Joe Bisicchia
Sports betting may be in Atlantic City’s future.  Read more of this post


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