Port Authority reform: Accountability and transparency matter | Opinion

August 5, 2015

Have things gotten so bad that we expect so little? Case in point: The legislation to “reform” the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

It’s been 94 years since the Authority was created, and it’s not easy to make changes given that the legislatures and governors of both states have to agree.  So, we ought to be sure we get it right.

Linda Stamato/NJ Voices blog, August 5

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