Tag: decision

COAH is back (and badder than ever) in Middlesex with new “protocols”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog After the New Jersey Supreme Court gave trial courts jurisdiction over affordable housing in the Garden State back in March of this year, Save Jerseyans, we knew there was potential for some interesting opinions Read More

The Supreme Court is now our Supreme Legislature

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog American “democracy” lives on, Save Jerseyans, but our federal republic is on life support. That’s the only conclusion for a thinking person to reach after this week’s blockbuster U.S. Supreme Court rulings Read More

Garrett: SCOTUS is “rubber stamp for the administration”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog While most D.C. Republicans were relatively constrained in their reactions to today’s extremely disappointing and shockingly nonsensical King v. Burwell decision, Save Jerseyans, New Jersey’s Scott Garrett (R-5) didn’t hold back. We’d expect nothing less. Read More

John Roberts: America’s first transtextual chief justice?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Chief Justice John Roberts has once again proven himself to be a first-rate judicial gymnast, Save Jerseyans. This is gold medal quality work. Perhaps he is America’s first transtextual jurist? No; not at Read More

3rd Circuit Upholds New Jersey’s Gay Conversion Therapy Ban

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog The U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals has declared that a ban on conversion therapy in the Garden State does not violate the First Amendment rights of minors and their parents, Save Jerseyans, Read More

N.J. Court rules Sandy ‘storm surge’ damage not limited by insurance policy flood language

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We got a ruling this week from Essex County Superior Court Judge Thomas Vena, Save Jerseyans, one pertaining to insurance coverage in the Hurricane Sandy aftermath that’s certain to raise eyebrows.  “In sum, Read More