‘Due Process,’ Produced at Rutgers’ iTV Studio, brings home two Emmys

  Due Process — Rutgers University’s critically acclaimed public television series focused on critical issues of justice and public policy — can now claim an unprecedented 21 New York and Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards. Executive Producer/Co-host Sandra King and Associate Producer Tania Ivanova brought home two more of the winged statuettes this weekend from ceremonies in Philadelphia, where Due […]

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Rutgers prof sees ‘tsunami’ coming for towns in a few years

While several towns were impacted during the “Great Recession,” forcing them to lay off and furlough workers, one expert predicts towns will go through another “municipal tsunami.” Professor Raphael J. Caprio of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, said the reasons largely stem from severe state aid cuts to municipalities over […]

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