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Voting rights, teacher's strike, Bob Hugin, and more
In this week's episode, it's just Jay and Brian and they talk about a variety of stories this week: a possible Jersey City teacher's strike coming soon, a poll on New Jerseyans and their views on some tax policies, Senator Bob Menendez's 2018 opponent, felony disenfranchisement, an EPA pick by Trump, the powerful storms in NJ and power outages, and we finish with some news on the 2018 election for the 3rd congressional district of New Jersey.
Dirty DuPont, Millionaire's tax, Gateway Tunnel, and drilling
This week's episode is particularly special because we have a new host! We welcome Brian Karabinchak as a regular co-host on Parkway Politics. That should be enough reason to tune in but if not, we also talk about a story that The Record and northjersey.com broke about toxic waste from an old DuPont plant. After that, we dig in to further developments on the millionaire's tax, offshore drilling pushed by the federal Interior Department, and some political malevolence from Trump regarding...
Marijuana Update, Murphy's First Bill, and Guns
We discuss the proposed legislation on gun control in New Jersey and its potential impact on gun violence. We also touch on a proposed compromise on legalizing marijuana, Phil Murphy's first law regarding funding for women's health services, and end with some news regarding the 2nd Congressional District in NJ and its implications for 2018.
This week, we're a little less New Jersey focused because we wanted to talk about the unfortunate (and-avoidable-if-Republicans-grew-a-spine-and-passed-gun-legislation) shooting in Florida. We discuss the NRA and its influence and also touch on Senator Menendez's re-election fight coming up in 2018.
This week, we discuss Phil Murphy and his legislative agenda including the marijuana legalization effort which is now running into hurdles in the NJ legislature. We also go over some 2018 races for Congress.
Sour Patch Kids for All
We discuss the upcoming races in New Jersey and give our take on the outlook for the Democratic party in November 2018. Then we go over the basics of the new tax law and how it impacts New Jersey.