Selling bonds to balance New Jersey’s budget is a big mistake

It is a mistake for the governor and the Legislature to sell bonds to balance the fiscal year 2021 budget. Not only is it prohibited by the New Jersey Constitution but, more important, it is bad public policy and will ruin the state’s finances for years. Opinion by Richard Keevey, NJSpotlight, July 16, 2020

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What Happens Next for Travel and Tourism

No travel, no tourists… no problem? Michael Lahr visits this troubled $1T industry, reveals who has been hardest hit, and shares how some companies might be able to weather the current storm

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The “Hot Mess” of New Jersey’s election ballots

New Jersey is holding its first statewide vote-by-mail primary on July 7th.  Even though COVID-19 has made 2020 a difficult and unusual election year all over the country,  the Garden State has its own unique problems that predate the pandemic. A coalition of activists, election lawyers, researchers, and public policy experts say the state has […]

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