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Do those born in the U.S. deserve citizenship? The Federalist Society thinks it’s debatable

The national group best known as the farm league for Republican federal judges is holding a debate at the Pyramid Club on Monday evening about whether people born in the U.S.A. still deserve to be citizens.

South Jersey firm disputes labor union allegation that it lied on application for $79 million tax break

“We have fully complied with all of the requirements” of the application process for Grow New Jersey tax credits, NFI spokesperson T.J. Lynch said.

South Jersey firm disputes labor union allegation that it lied on application for $79 million tax break

“We have fully complied with all of the requirements” of the application process for Grow New Jersey tax credits, NFI spokesperson T.J. Lynch said.

South Jersey trucking firm omitted criminal violation in application for $79 million tax break, labor union says

A spokesperson said the company was in the process of investigating the allegations: “While we are confident in the veracity of our application, we take all accusations seriously."

South Jersey trucking firm omitted criminal violation in application for $79 million tax break, labor union says

A spokesperson said the company was in the process of investigating the allegations: “While we are confident in the veracity of our application, we take all accusations seriously."

Fraud claims against Cherry Hill car dealers must be arbitrated, N.J. Supreme Court rules

The court unanimously ruled on June 5 that fraud claims against Mall Chevrolet and Cherry Hill Mitsubishi are clearly subject to arbitration agreements in their respective sales contracts, even though the consumers said they’d been duped into signing the deals.

Fraud claims against Cherry Hill car dealers must be arbitrated, N.J. Supreme Court rules

The court unanimously ruled on June 5 that fraud claims against Mall Chevrolet and Cherry Hill Mitsubishi are clearly subject to arbitration agreements in their respective sales contracts, even though the consumers said they’d been duped into signing the deals.
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Gov. Murphy: New Jersey will soon dethrone Nevada as America’s sports-betting capital

“New Jersey — yes, New Jersey — can very soon and will very soon dethrone Nevada as the sports gaming capital of America,” Murphy told East Coast Gaming Conference and NextGen Gaming Forum in Atlantic City.

Progressives shake things up a bit inside Norcross-led Democratic party in South Jersey

The progressives won 16 seats on the entrenched Camden County Democratic Committee and immediately challenged the current chairman, Jim Beach, with their own nominee, Susan Druckenbrod. It was a small step but launched a 10-year-or-longer plan to change the party from the inside.

He led a lavish life. But this New Jersey GOP heavyweight and cranberry king died a pauper.

DeMarco died penniless after squandering millions on an extravagant lifestyle and waging a legal battle with his brother over the family fortune. In recent years, he revealed he was gay and switched political parties.

N.J. task force will delay hearing following George Norcross’ request for injunction

The New Jersey task force investigating the state’s tax incentives programs said Friday it has complied with a judge’s request to postpone its proceedings until the court can review a legal challenge brought by South Jersey Democratic power broker George E. Norcross III.

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After losing everywhere else, anti-Norcross Democrats see hope in Collingswood win

Progressive Democrats in Camden County fielded dozens of candidates in last Tuesday's primary. In only one town could they claim victory over the powerful party machine led by George E. Norcross 3d: Collingswood.

EDA board chair hops on the bus for Camden ‘equity’ tour

Less than two months into his role at the EDA, Kevin Quinn was the only member of the board who accepted an invitation from community organizers to tour Camden on Wednesday, amid intense public scrutiny and multiple investigations of the tax break programs that the agency administers.

George Norcross asks judge to block hearing on probe into N.J. tax incentives

South Jersey power broker George E. Norcross III asked a judge on Thursday to stop a task force appointed by Gov. Phil Murphy from holding a public hearing next week on New Jersey’s tax incentive programs, saying his reputation would be “wrongfully damaged.”

Gov. Murphy pushes new tax credit proposals, amid investigations of current program

“Economic growth can’t just be about helping a select few and the politically connected,” Murphy said.

Comcast shareholders reject proposals for more lobbying disclosures, and for ditching Brian Roberts

Comcast was the 14th-largest federal lobbying spender. But a proposal from Friends Fiduciary Corp. a Quaker group in Philadelphia, which called for the company to disclose its local lobbying and membership in trade associations and nonprofits, was voted down.

Panel: N.J. Gov. Murphy’s staff botched sex assault claim response

A New Jersey legislative panel investigating Gov. Phil Murphy's handling of a sexual assault claim made by one state worker against another found the administration mishandled its response

Camden County Democratic machine trounces progressive challengers in state and local races

In light voter turnout across Camden County, Democratic candidates for state and local offices easily defeated progressive challengers in Tuesday's primary. But in Collingswood, 16 progressive delegates won seats on the County Democratic Committee. The progressives backed about 100 candidates.

Trump-branded Assemblyman Joe Howarth loses to party regulars in Burlington County primary

In one of the few contested primaries, a Trump-branded incumbent faced off against two Republicans embraced by the powerful county GOP machine.

Former GOP committeeman loses comeback bid in Burlington County town after insulting Indian immigrants

A former Republican town committeeman in Chesterfield, Burlington County, was defeated after he lost the party's support for controversial remarks about Indian immigrants in the fast-growing municipality.

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