On the Record – Sunday, November 21, 2010

By Michael Aron
On this week’s edition of On the Record we travel to the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Annual Convention in Atlantic City for a half hour special with the state’s legislative leaders.   Senate President Steve Sweeney, Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver, Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean and Assembly Minority Leader Alex DeCroce join NJN Senior Political Correspondent Michael Aron for a discussion of Governor Christie’s “tool kit” property tax relief legislation and the future of NJN.


3 Responses to On the Record – Sunday, November 21, 2010


    Probably the BEST single RRup show I’ve ever seen and I’ve seen many. Kudos to Michael Aron and his fine and talented staff.
    As a proud civil servant in the State of NJ, NJN is the ONLY place I can get the news about my state government. The state news reported on NJ often prompts me to seek out local newsprint for different angles about a topic that I would never hear on my local Philly-linked TV news. I have always paid my taxes and I condone the use my State taxes to keep NJN on the public airways. It is one of the few things I get for paying taxes that I am satified with! My sincere thanks, Gerry Gartland, Haddon Township, NJ

  2. andrew sullivan says:

    i couldnt agree more with the above email. NJN is simply the only source of quality information concerning the State of NJ and most importantly its government. ive heard others say the void is filled by news 12 and that useless show on channel 9 “covering” New Jersey on Sundays. that is a joke, and if there is one day i am deprived of NJN nightly news i will be deeply angered.

    in a day and age where it is often difficult to see exactly how fees and taxes benefit a NJ resident, NJN is a shining beacon of unparalleled value. i cannot emphasize enough how losing this channel for even one day would be a severe disservice to residents. NJN’s existence should be above all politics, period

  3. NJN is an invaluable source of information about New Jersey. Not only does NJN provide news that the New York and Philadelphia news media do not. NJN also provides a New Jersey perspective on the news rather than a New York-centric or Philadelphia-centric one. Moreover, NJN realizes that there are many aspects of New Jersey that are worth celebrating.

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