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Departing RealPage Exec’s Flimsy Rant Against Rent Control

As he leaves the scandal-plagued firm, Jay Parsons offers one last defense of rent-gougers. If you’re a regular reader of this newsletter, you’ll be familiar with real estate tech firm RealPage. According to a bombshell ProPublica investigation, RealPage’s...

A Ballot Blowup Is Roiling New Jersey’s Senate Race

There’s a whole lot of yelling in American politics these days. Yet what erupted Sunday night at a Democratic Party convention in central New Jersey was extraordinary, even by Trump-era noise standards. “No! No! No!” came the shouts from the audience. “This is...

Businesses give thumbs down to N.J. governor’s proposed transit fee

When Gov. Phil Murphy unveiled his state budget earlier this week, he proposed a “corporate transit fee” for the state’s 600 most profitable corporations. The tax would raise close to $900,000 annually to subsidize New Jersey Transit. James Hughes, Dean Emeritus of...