Category: NJ Supreme Court

Does the Trump/Twitter ruling mean Cory Booker has to unblock me?

By Matt Rooney _ President Trump shouldn’t have blocked certain Twitter followers. That’s what U.S. District Judge Naomi Buchwald ruled on Wednesday, Save Jerseyans; she believes the 45th President of the United States violated citizens’ First Amendment rights when the President blocked Read More

Chris Christie’s former Bridgegate defense lawyer is now New Jersey’s interim U.S. Attorney

Another New Jersey figure is getting a big federal post from the Trump Administration, Save Jerseyans, even as Christie himself prepares to head into the political unknown. On Wednesday, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions appointed Craig Carpenito as the interim Read More

Christie files nominations; puts forward Bramnick’s daughter-in-law for the bench

Anne Marie Bramnick of Westfield is likely headed to the Superior Court, Save Jerseyans (see below). Her last name should tip you off; a veteran of the Union County Prosecutor’s Office and current attorney with Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, Read More

N.J. Supreme Court won’t hear Jersey City appeal of reval contract case

The breach-of-contract case centered around the aborted Jersey City property revaluation may finally be over, with the New Jersey Supreme Court declining last week to hear the city’s appeal of the $1 million judgment. The city’s request for the court’s Read More

N.J. Supreme Court rules on pay hikes for public workers

TRENTON — The state Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled Atlantic County and Bridgewater Township committed unfair labor practices when they refused to pay employees’ step increases after labor contracts with public workers expired. The state’s high court upheld the appellate Read More

Is this the most New Jersey story ever? You be the judge.

Regular readers of this site don’t need to be told how messed up New Jersey’s affordable housing policies are. Maybe this story will drive the point home for new readers or anyone who is still straddling the fence. It’s one Read More