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Mark J Magyar

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Embattled Ethics Commission Confirms Samson Probe Underway

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

NJ Spotlight

In an unusually stormy meeting, the embattled state Ethics Commission placated protesters by confirming that it is investigating former Port Authority Chairman David Samson. It also confirmed that the commission is dropping a five-year-old ethics complaint against a state union leader.

For Ethics Commission Chairman Andrew Berns, the media scrutiny ...

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Christie Loyalist to Run Ethics Panel That Would Get Bridgegate Complaints

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

NJ Spotlight

The state Ethics Commission, which would rule on any ethics complaints against state officials in Bridgegate or other Christie administration scandals, yesterday approved Gov. Chris Christie’s recommendation for its new executive director -- Susana Espasa Guerrero, a former governor’s counsel who served in the governor's office with all nine Christie aides subpoenaed in Bridgegate.

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Budget Cuts Loom as Shortfall Tops $700M

Friday, January 04, 2013

With New Jersey facing a $705 million budget shortfall that could easily double by June, the Senate Democratic budget chairman yesterday called upon the Christie administration to lay out a plan to close the gap before the size of the deficit becomes virtually unmanageable.

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NJ Facing Major Fiscal Crisis in Years Ahead, Panel Reports

Friday, December 14, 2012

New Jersey faces staggering long-term fiscal problems, with pension and health benefit liabilities, infrastructure, and other budget needs adding up to more than $200 billion in future program costs, according to a blue-ribbon budget study released yesterday.

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Sweeney Wields ‘Big Stick’ as Senate Passes Shared-Services Bill

Friday, November 30, 2012

Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-Gloucester) yesterday scored yet another bipartisan legislative victory when the Senate passed his controversial bill that would force municipalities to share services or face a loss of state aid.

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