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Facebook Flaps for Local Leaders
Social media is at the center of controversies for three local government leaders this week.
Stafford Township Council members are meeting behind closed doors on Tuesday to discuss a police investigation that allegedly targeted a man for being an outspoken critic of Mayor John Spodofora...
Shore Leaders Say “Kill the Drill”
New Jersey's delegation in Washington, DC, is joining forces in asking the Obama Administration to "kill the drill."
The #KillTheDrill campaign refers to the Department of the Interior's newly-released Oil and Gas Leasing Draft Proposed Program for 2017-2022 (DPP), which w…
Big Changes in the 3rd Congressional District This Week
When the 114th Congress is sworn into office on Tuesday, January 6, the Republicans will gain a greater majority than before but what will that mean when it comes to getting measures passed? On WOBM-AM's Townsquare Tonight, We were treated to a rare visit from outgoing Representative Jon Runyan…
NJ Professor Talks Cuba
It's about time! That's the thought of a New Jersey university professor about the United State's re-establishment of diplomatic ties to Cuba. Kean University History Professor Frank Argote Freyre said the policy of the embargo against Cuba made no sense...
Extending the Permit Extension Act?
New legislation from Assembly Republican Conference Leader Dave Rible (R-30) would extend the Permit Extension Act of 2012 for another 2 years.
The current Act - which allows developers to avoid halting projects while reapplying for lapsed permits -  is set to expire at the end of this year...

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