The Asbury Park Press has announced that it will run a four-part series on how Obamacare will impact New Jerseyans, their jobs and businesses, starting this Sunday. Find our more here.
Meanwhile, NJ Spotlight, which has been covering the Affordable Care Act since its inception, has a story today on implications of expanded Medicaid under the act.
Paterson officials have an embarrassing situation on their hands as they deal with blowback from the Muslim community for naming a street for a local Muslim leader.
In Newark, PolitickerNJ reported that Senate candidate Steve Lonegan was shouted down by Cory Booker campaign workers when he held an event at a derelict property formerly owned by Booker.Newark Patch posted more details about the property — and neighbors’ displeasure. Meanwhile,Glocally Newark and NJTV had some more positive Newark stories.
The Christie critiquing continues as WBGO News reports on results of Monmouth University poll, and NJ Spotlight covers increased violent crime in the state’s major cities as police staffing is diminished. TheInquirer Trenton Bureau also reported on opposition to Christie’s promise to aid Seaside businesses damaged by fire.
Obamacare: Are you ready? Asbury Park Press
Expanded Medicaid Will Cover Mental Health, Substance-Abuse Treatment NJ Spotlight*
Violent Crimes Climb as Police Layoffs Take Their Toll on NJ’s Troubled Cities NJ Spotlight*
Paterson officials in controversy over naming of mosque’s street Paterson Press
Christie Earns Top Mark for Sandy Recovery, Low Grade on Property Tax Relief WBGO News
Rahm Emanuel to campaign for Booker PolitickerNJ
Lonegan’s press conference at derelict ex-Booker property disrupted by protesters PolitickerNJ
Former Booker Property an Eyesore, Neighbors Say Newark Patch
Campaign Begins to Support Newark Open Space Referendum Glocally Newark*
Panasonic Headquarters Opens in Newark NJTV*
Red Bank: Locals Ride to Support Seriously Injured Cyclist Red Bank Green*
In wake of Seaside fire ruling, officials call for vigilance on electrical inspections NJ.com*
Oversight Leads to Additional $7,800 for Police Department Roof Work Franklin Reporter
Opening statements today in trial for murdered Montclair mom The Montclair Times
South Jersey native among Washington Navy Yard shooting victims Philly.com
Christie faulted on plan to give Sandy money for Seaside fire Philadelphia Inquirer
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