NJ lawmakers should say more about their finances and who's pressuring them, Murphy says

February 20, 2020

“Too often, we see a different Trenton — one where an embedded culture resists change and looks out for those who hold power rather than looking out for the people we are supposed to serve,” Murphy said Wednesday during a lecture at the Edward J. Bloustein School at Rutgers University. “The culture in Trenton, which has stayed the same for too long, rewarded insiders and closed its eyes to misogyny while, too often, looking at taxpayer dollars and public service as a fountain for enriching a privileged few.”

NorthJersey.com, February 20, 2020

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