- »Race to the Top 2011: The Summer Sequel
The purse is smaller but the odds are better, could this be New Jersey's year?
- »Fine Print: Regulated and Deregulated Power Markets
Assessing the arguments in "Retail Electric Rates in Deregulated and Regulated States: 2010 Update" by the American Public Power Association.
- »Opinion: Abbott XXI, a Ruling for the Faint-Hearted
The court and the governor could have used Abbott to help all poor kids. Now it's up to the legislature.
- »Number of the Day: 3
New Jersey ranks third in the country for per-pupil spending on elementary/secondary public education, according to the U.S. Census, which assembled a report of average educational spending nationwide in the 2008-2009 school year. New Jersey’s $16,277 per-pupil spending ranked third
- »Op-Ed: The High (and Hidden) Costs of Lawsuits against Local Governments
It's time to recognize the role that municipal lawsuits play in the crushing burden of New Jersey's property tax.