Katz on Christie Christie tells Sandy Protester to "Sit Down & Shut Up" Matt Katz, New Jersey Public Radio/WNYC
Gov. Chris Christie marked the second anniversary of Sandy with a tour of the Jersey Shore to check in on the rebuilding process of towns affected by the storm.Read More
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October 30, 2014
- Practice Makes Imperfect: Why Do We Keep Getting Disaster Recovery Wrong?
- Two years after Sandy and nearly a decade after Katrina, a look at how we screwed up and what we have learned
- Analysis: Christie-Cuomo Deal Shows Need For Real Reform at Port Authority
- Transparency bill is good first step, but Legislature also needs to strengthen agency against political interference by governors, advocates say
- Wintertime Worries About Power-Grid Reliability Could Mean Consumers Pay More
- Polar vortex and other frigid conditions early this year spiked gas and electricity prices, strained infrastructure, led to calls to conserve power
- Fine Print: School Security Report Shows Increased Protections, Higher Costs
- School boards association report outlines changes and recommendations for schools post-Sandy Hook
- Poison-Education Center Would Get Expanded Role in Fighting Drug Deaths
- Differences emerge over how quickly doctors would have to report crucial information on overdoses to statewide network
- Poll: What’s Christie’s Job-Performance Rating for Hurricane Sandy Recovery?
- The governor could do no wrong in the aftermath of the superstorm, but has his recovery reputation been tarnished?
- Democratic Congressman Seeks His 10th Term Representing 9th District
- Foes accuse Pascrell of being disengaged from issues in his own district, involvement in 5th District campaign
- In Heavily Democratic 10th, Incumbent Payne Looks to Have Things Locked Up
- First-time Republican challenger Dentley says she’s the moderate alternative
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October 29, 2014
- Christie tells Sandy Protester to "Sit Down & Shut Up"
- Gov. Chris Christie marked the second anniversary of Sandy with a tour of the Jersey Shore to check in on the rebuilding process of towns affected by the storm.
- Two Years After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey’s Recovery Trudges Along
- Christie administration highlights progress while some storm victims grow increasingly impatient
- Tax-Policy Turnaround: Higher Rates for Consumers, Higher Returns for Utilities?
- BPU modifies consolidated tax adjustment, obscure tax policy that governs how savings are split between utilities and customers
- Assemblywoman Wants to Be NJ’s First African-American Congresswoman
- Physician Alieta Eck also running to replace retiring Rush Holt in 12th District
- Profile: A Hispanic Mentor for All Students Across New Jersey
- Ivonne Díaz-Claisse’s encounter with her own mentor, and her passion for reaching students, are changing young lives across the state
- Newark Teachers Union Takes Its Grievances to State Assembly Committee
- Representative tells education panel that Superintendent Cami Anderson has not followed state rules for teacher evaluations
- Legislators Seek to Solve Problem of Excessive Out-of-Network Medical Bills
- Proposals include ‘baseball arbitration’ between insurers and hospitals, more information for consumers before treatment
- Candidates Slinging High-Priced Mud in High-Profile 3rd District Contest
- Race to succeed retiring GOP congressman has run up a combined tab of nearly $10 million – so far
- Op-Ed: The Use of Ballot Questions Should Not Be Abused
- Ballot questions can actually circumvent the system of checks and balances that our state -- and our nation -- is built on
October 28, 2014
- How Ebola Is Affecting Christie and Cuomo Politically
- The controversial Ebola quarantine policy announced four days ago by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie quickly blew up into a national issue ...
- Is Christie Calling the Shots When It Comes to NJ’s Quarantine Policies?
- The state has quarantine guidelines in place, did the administration follow them?
- Sweeney Urges Pension Funding Overhaul to Reduce Impact On State Budget
- Senate president’s plan to shift from 100% funding goal to ‘manageable’ private sector standard of 85% would save billions of dollars
- With Week to Go, Open-Space Ballot Question Continues to Be Divisive
- Perennially popular program proving to be a hard sell in tighter economic climate
- Rivals in 8th District Share Similar Roots, But Branch Off on Government Spending
- Sires, seeking fifth term in Congress, faces young GOP challenger in diverse Democratic stronghold
- Opinion: Uproar Over Ebola Quarantine Plays to Christie’s Political Strength
- Crisis gives governor the opportunity to play favorite role of resolute, no-nonsense elected leader
- Assembly Committee Hears Recommendations on Building Better Teachers
- But committee chairman thinks changes more likely to come in administrative code rather than through the law
- Explainer: How Well Is New Jersey Doing In Protecting Its Waterways?
- The Garden State continues to struggle to meet federal water-quality standards -- and it shows
- Op-Ed: Preparing for the Next Hurricane Sandy Requires Facing Hard Facts
- Government officials and planners must take steps to minimize future risks and ensure resiliency
October 27, 2014
- Chris Christie's Quarantine Quagmire Is Over (for now)
- On Friday afternoon, Gov. Chris Christie took decisive action: Those exposed to Ebola in West Africa would be subject to a mandatory quarantine ...
- Christie Defends Forced Quarantines While Cuomo Backs Down on Harsh Stance
- White House reportedly pressures NJ and NY governors to reconsider measures to block spread of Ebola virus
- The List: 10 Steps NJ Should Take to Prepare for Future Severe Storms
- Global climate change is expected to have a significant impact on the Garden State, but municipalities can do much more than take a beating from extreme weather
- Strong Differences, Strong Opinions Separate Candidates in 6th District Tilt
- On everything from ACA to voting rights, incumbent Democrat Pallone and Republican rival Wilkinson are on opposite sides of issue