It was a busy day at the State House with officials debating the ExxonMobil settlement, the nomination of Robert Barr to the Pinelands Commission and the override attempt of the Port Authority reform ...
Life in Exxon's contamination zone. Light Rail. Could extending it create jobs? Questioning paid sick leave. Is it constitutional? Replacing Andrew Jackson with a Jersey girl?
Those living near the sites say the settlement doesn't make Exxon pay enough for cleanup.
Christie's town hall tour hits Somerville while the public gets an earful on the budget. Measuring student progress, not teacher performance? Microbeads: Smoothing your skin but poisoning the planet?
Christie told the crowd that the state's agreement with Exxon is "a good settlement."
One panel releases resolution condemning the Christie administration’s drastically reduced payout in $8.9 billion case.
A record in funding pensions, but Christie's still getting sued. A record deal: three cents on the dollar for despoiling the state. We get slammed with snow ... again. Bad news? Not for these people.
Environmentalists and some elected officials are questioning Christie's involvement in the settlement with ExxonMobil.
The high cost of environmental remediation. The Assembly considers offshore energy sources. A rough winter for New Jersey commuters as possible fare hikes are on the table. And Mary Alice clowns ...
Exxon will reportedly have to pay $250 million to remediate environmental damage.