State Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) went on the offensive Tuesday, saying that the National Football League’s opposition to New Jersey’s ongoing efforts to bring sports betting to the state is hypocritical, given that the league embraces “pay-to-play” fantasy football.Read More »
For New Jersey's backlog of property tax appeals, more help is on the way.Read More »
Sources say that in 2010, Gov. Chris Christie’s administration “pressed” Port Authority officials to hire Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, the Cranford-based law firm where Christie himself once was a partner, according to a Monday night report by The Record.Read More »
Gov. Chris Christie says he would be “happy to have a conversation” with all necessary stakeholders about expanding casino gaming beyond Atlantic City and into northern New Jersey.Read More »
Melissa Peters has seen the numbers. And she knows they vary.
Let's see: There's a job-search site that says the average salary for an in-house general counsel in New Jersey is $138,000.
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State Senate President Stephen Sweeney admitted he has been in discussions to bring casinos to North Jersey for “the past year” and that there is a “real possibility” a referendum on the issue could be on the ballot in November of 2015.Read More »
Hosting its first and only public hearing on its latest set of proposed guidelines for local governments, the state Council on Affordable Housing on Wednesday drew heated criticism from affordable housing advocates who claim the new rules do little to serve their intended purpose.Read More »