Tag: ruling

SCOTUS Upholds Trump’s Travel Ban

WASHINGTON, D.C. — It’s a major victory for national security and the Trump Administration. On Tuesday morning, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 opinion in the Donald Trump in Trump v. Hawaii “travel ban” case, siding with the President. The concerned President Trump‘s September executive Read More

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

The Affordable Housing Debacle

Since the 1970’s courts have mandated that municipalities build low-income housing in New Jersey. Despite constructing 92,000 units over the last three decades, a recent decision by the state Supreme Court could require more than 201,000 over the next eight Read More

Simon and Caliguire Press Zwicker On Affordable Housing Quagmire

Last week’s disastrous N.J. Supreme Court affordable housing decision is likely to figure into this year’s handful of competitive legislative contests as courts allot ‘gap period’ mandates to towns in all 21 counties. LD16’s Republican Assembly challengers Donna Simon and Read More

Federal court sides with Islamic group in Bernards Township mosque battle

A case that seems to generate strong opinions between, and within, both sides of the ideological divide just took its first major legal turn, Save Jerseyans. This weekend, U.S. District Judge Michael Shipp ruled that New Jersey’s Bernards Township had violated the “Religious Land Read More

Sans Scalia, teachers unions win big in 4-4 split SCOTUS decision

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The taxpayers (and their children) just took another one on the chin, Save Jerseyans. The worst part? What could’ve been a blue state political game-changer is now just another legal footnote without 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

NJEA: No Pension Deal with Christie

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Morning rumors of a pre-budget address pension deal between the Christie Administration and the NJEA are apparently NOT accurate, Save Jerseyans. So says the NJEA. “We are very pleased that Judge Jacobson Read More