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USPS Tells Pa. It Can’t Deliver Mail Ballots On Time, State Warns Of ‘overwhelming’ Risk To Voters
The Postal Service's statement came amid false attacks on mail voting by Trump, and as concerns mount about how the coronavirus pandemic could disrupt the election.
cover News Aug 11, 2020, Tuesday
Fact check: Cory Booker says the Senate is ‘dominated by millionaires.’
Roughly two-thirds of U.S. senators are millionaires, and no, Cory Booker isn’t one of them.
cover News Feb 12, 2020, Wednesday
N.J. should reform tax breaks and include a cap | Editorial
We support the reforms proposed last week, as well as Murphy’s call for an annual cap on total tax breaks.
cover News Feb 07, 2020, Friday
N.J. Senate committee wades into controversial corporate tax breaks, suggesting reforms
But the governor's office said the proposals don't "go far enough" to rein in corporate incentives.
cover News, Business, New Jersey Politics, Commercial Real Estate, Politics, New Jersey News Jan 29, 2020, Wednesday
N.j. Gov. Phil Murphy’s Office Asks New Comptroller To Review Complaint About Drpa Land Deals
One of the pieces of land — a three-acre parking lot worth $2.3 million — was the subject of an Inquirer story in December about investments by political power broker George E. Norcross III.
cover News, Business, Politics, New Jersey Politics, Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate Jan 17, 2020, Friday
N.j. Task Force Report Slams George Norcross’ Testimony On Tax Credit Awards
Investigators outlined more evidence of flaws in the state's multi-billion-dollar tax incentive programs for businesses.