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South Jersey judge throws out shared services agreement

WOODBURY, N.J. — One experiment in shared services in Senate President Steve Sweeney’s own backyard is no more, Save Jerseyans, after a ruling late last week by a Superior Court judge.  On Thursday, Judge Benjamin C. Telsey invalidated a so-called “intergovernmental Read More

ELECTION 2017: N.J. Gas Tax Hike’s GOP Champion Draws Ire Of His Hometown Mayor

The gas tax is sitting on Governor Chris Christie’s desk awaiting his signature, Save Jerseyans. When it’s eventually (?) signed into law, New Jerseyans are in for higher taxes — and a truck load of new debt — over the Read More

REPORT: South Jersey Democrat commits suicide in wake of prostitution allegations

Ed Leopardi reportedly committed suicide on Wednesday after a published report that he was under investigation for allegedly having anal sex with a prostitute while on duty as a Trenton police officer. The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office confirmed the ongoing investigation and subsequent passing Read More

Lois Lerner would blush! And Franklin Mayor says it’s time for Assemblyman, Councilman to both go

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Franklin Township Mayor Chris Kelly says it’s time for Councilman-at-Large Rajiv Prasad and Franklin Township Democrat Municipal Chair/Assemblyman Joseph Danielsen to resign their posts, Save Jerseyans. At the heart of this political conflagration? The FBI. But not how they usually turn Read More

Short List to Replace McHose in LD24

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The pending resignation of Asw. Alison McHose is bound to be a major topic of conversation this Friday evening as Sussex County’s government reorganizes for 2015 at the Historic Courthouse in Newton. Whom Read More

“We Only Need 9 Brave Democrats”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Good luck, Mr. Governor: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljVwbJauICw This video is from Tuesday’s town hall meeting in Franklin Township; Governor Christie’s fighting to save the arbitration cap that was central to his property tax reform legacy before Assembly Read More