Jaffe Morning Briefing

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 24, 2022

    May 24, 2022

    The Jaffe Briefing is heading to the beach! We will be on break from Wednesday, May 25 through Monday, May 30.

    ATLANTIC CITY – Want to own an entire beach block just steps from the ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 23, 2022

    The Jaffe Briefing is heading to the beach! Will be on break from Wednesday, May 25 through Monday, May 30.

    LONG BRANCH – It’s going to be a long summer. That’s the ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 20, 2022

    TRENTON – It makes no sense that the state has stockpiled billions, yet still wants small business owners to replenish the state’s unemployment fund, which took a huge hit during the ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 19, 2022

    TRENTON – Tone deaf? Or worse?  Just days after the mass shooting in Buffalo, among the many, many other mass shootings in the U.S. this year, Sen. Ed Durr believes it’s the ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 16, 2022

    STATEWIDE – Imagine it’s a typical weekend of sports. NFL, MLB, NBA; you name it. And that means you are faithfully situated in front of the high-def. But state officials are ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 16, 2022

    TRENTON – State budget officials have unearthed an unexpected $3.7 billion in the current and upcoming fiscal years, as New Jersey’s revenue stream is stronger than ever. But, for ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 13, 2022

    STATEWIDE – Gas won’t be cheap, but it will be a few cents cheaper today, as part of a clever PR stunt to show that we could all save money by pumping our own damn gas. It’s ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing May 12, 2022

    STATEWIDE – Towns with their own e-newsletters spend plenty of time and effort to develop lists of local residents, who voluntarily opt-in to receive municipal information. And now a ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 11, 2022

    TRENTON – Tampons required in boys’ bathrooms in school? That was the big question at the Statehouse yesterday, as a well-intentioned proposed bill would require some public schools to ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 10, 2022

    TRENTON – Gov. Phil Murphy is eager to close loopholes in the state’s bribery laws. And where’s the fun in that? He is looking to tighten the grip on a proposed law that would make ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 9, 2022

    NEWARK – Politicians in the Brick City pay little, if no, attention, to what people in Sussex County think – until someone dares cast shade. And that someone happens to be an itty-bitty ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 6, 2022

    MONTCLAIR – Gov. Phil Murphy was perusing a local comic book store yesterday, showing the people of New Jersey that he cares about its economic backbone: small business. And he was eager to ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 5, 2022

    OCEAN GATE – There may be one politician in New Jersey more unpopular that Clark Mayor Sal Bonaccorso. And that’s Ocean Gate Mayor Paul Kennedy, accused of stealing money from parking ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 4, 2022

    LAMBERTVILLE – It was an easy media stop for the governor, but nowhere near an easy solution. Gov. Phil Murphy was in town yesterday to announce $60 million in federal funds for flood ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - May 2, 2022

    STATEWIDE – In recent months, police departments have been dealing with an all-time high rate of car thefts. And why? Apparently, some car thieves have been reading up on Attorney General ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - April 29, 2022

    LONG BRANCH – Ahh. Summertime is approaching and, once again, everyone will flock here. So, for transportation officials, it seems the absolute pitch-perfect time to close ramps at Exit 105 on ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - April 28, 2022

    STATEWIDE – State leaders promised that legal marijuana would rake in plenty of green. And, just on the first day the market launched, New Jersey saw $1.9 million in gross sales at a dozen ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - April 27, 2022

    STATEWIDE – While all the wealthy enclaves of New Jersey celebrate the latest rankings of U.S. News, chest-thumping about how their local high school is elite in the state and perhaps the ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - April 26, 2022

    WOODLAND PARK – Yes, weed is legal. But not for you.  Woodland Park officials are telling their 120 municipal workforce to keep off the bong, or be fired. The Record reports Mayor Keith ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - April 25, 2022

    NEWARK – It’s sure hard to pity the commercial airlines – with maniacal leaders who continually find new ways to squeeze even more people into the same tube (and then charge them ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - April 12, 2022

    The Jaffe Briefing is going on spring break on Thursday, April 14, returning Monday, April 25

    NEWARK – Just in time for spring break, the message from leaders at Newark Liberty Airport: We ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - April 8, 2022

    LAKEWOOD – Domestic workers are often a silent bunch, quietly behind the scenes doing all the chores that no one else wants to handle. But they are organizing in Lakewood and now have a ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - April 7, 2022

    PAULSBORO – For a moment, it was the most popular deli in America, valued last year at more than $100 million.  And what is next for the Hometown Deli? The Philly inquirer reports the ...

  • The Jaffe Briefing - April 6, 2022

    ATLANTIC CITY – Later this month, there will be 2,200 people blowing through a windfarm conference here, as the pioneers of this new energy for New Jersey chase the dollars.  It is widely ...