Jaffe Morning Briefing

April 24, 2019

STATEWIDE - Your local meter maid is a big, fat violator of the U.S. Constitution, specifically the Fourth Amendment that safeguards us all from unreasonable searches and seizures. A federal appellate court is all over this meter maid for using chalk to mark your tires while enforcing unrealistic ...

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BLOOMFIELD - Want to get free statewide attention for your "Help Wanted" ad? Just add this qualifying line: "Males Only." A local gyro joint owner on Bloomfield Avenue is in full crisis communications mode, after passers-by caught his ad, featuring black marker scrawled on orange paper and taped to ...

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TRENTON - What happens in New Jersey when a governor signs a law,but never enacts it? Well, um, nothing. That's what NJ.com has astutely noticed, noting then-Gov. Chris Christie signed a law three years ago that would allow employees of small businesses to save a little extra for retirement. There ...

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TRENTON - First there was Rocky, then Rocky II, and then many, many more Rockys. Speaking of rockiness with staying power, the dyspeptic relationship between Gov. Phil Murphy and Senate President Steve Sweeney went another round yesterday when the governor vetoed a bill of which Sweeney was a prime ...

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