Everybody’s reporting that March 25 is the day the state legislature will vote on marijuana legalization, though NJ.com, citing unnamed sources, say the leaders of the pro-legalization side are still many votes short, and if they can’t whip their colleagues into position, the vote could be delayed.
George E. Norcross III writes in the Star-Ledger that the state’s great big tax incentive programs are necessary to the continued renaissance of Camden, or something. His is one of a slew of tax-incentive stories across the news ecosystem this morning, as they move toward a decision on the fate of these programs this year.
It is curious how these programs–which were put in place theoretically to help worker-type persons and communities of color–are always being pumped up by a super-affluent guy with executive hair. Sort of gives the game away, does it not?
Avalon Zoppo at the Press has a story about the plan(s) to turn Atlantic City into hub for innovate-y climate-change research. There are many designs and studies, but I don’t want to spoil things. You should read it!
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