NJ Supreme Court Denies Blogger Shield Law Protection

By Desiree Taylor

When a software company called Too Much Media filed a defamation suit against a blogger and requested her sources be revealed it asked the court, “Are bloggers entitled to the same protections as journalists under the shield law?”  Read more of this post

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Reporters Roundtable – Friday, May 27, 2011

Host: Jim Hooker

NJ Supreme Court School Funding decision, Governor pulls out of greenhouse gas reduction pact, and Senate passes women’s health center funding bill. Read more of this post

Supreme Court Orders Increased Spending on Poor School Districts

The New Jersey Supreme Court has ordered the state to increase spending on poor school districts by an estimated 500 million dollars.  Read more of this post

Reporters Roundtable – Friday, May 6, 2011

Host: Michael Aron

New Jersey’s reaction to Osama Bin Laden’s death, NJ Governor Chris Christie and NJ Senate President Steven Sweeney’s Supreme Court settlement, new plans for the Xanadu complex, and the new Newark school superintendent. Read more of this post

Inside Politics Q and A with Peter Woolley

By Desiree Taylor

Guest Peter Woolley, Director of the FDU PublicMind poll provides an overview of the week in politics.  Read more of this post

Reporters Roundtable – Friday, April 29, 2011

Host: Michael Aron

Carl Lewis residency decision, Governor Christie NJ Supreme Court warning and Governor Christie criticizes the legislature. Read more of this post

NJ Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Abbott v Burke School Funding

By Michael Aron

The State Supreme Court heard arguments today on whether the Christie administration’s school aid cuts this year violated the constitution.  Read more of this post