New Jersey Breaking News Archive: November, 2009

Runyan talks politics, Obama, a little

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Former Eagles offensive lineman Jon Runyan, who said this week he plans to run for Congress in South Jersey's Third District, didn't talk to... Read more

Public support for same-sex marriage slips in New Jersey

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Public support for a same-sex marriage bill in New Jersey has slipped, to the point where more people oppose the idea than back it, according... Read more

Voters target state workers

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Three out of four New Jersey voters want to see a wage freeze for state workers and 61 percent back the idea of lay offs to balance the state... Read more

Notes from a statewide schmooze-fest

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The New Jersey League of Municipalities' convention, one of the biggest events on the political class' schmoozing calendar, is in full swing... Read more

Sweeney: focus on economy, not same-sex marriage

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Senate Majority Leader Stephen Sweeney, a Gloucester County Democrat who is poised to become Senate President, said today that Democrats should... Read more

Why Corzine lost

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The post-mortems are in, and the consensus among reporters is that Gov. Corzine lost for three big reasons: - he failed to ease the property... Read more

Christie visits another Dem town

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Republican Gov.-elect Chris Christie spent the second day after his election much like the first: with a Democratic leader in a Democratic... Read more