On The Move – Friday’s Roundup

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Today’s Roundup is abbreviated since we are in the process of celebrating the long weekend by moving our household (two kids, one cat, endless boxes of accumulated items etc) out of the freezing-cold Ventnor beach house and into (a hopefully warmer place in) Atlantic City. So here’s the brief lowdown on what’s going on around town:

NJ lawmakers are proposing legalizing marijuana in small amounts, NJ Spotlight reports.

The state has appointed a new overseer in Atlantic City – the Press of AC has the story.

There was a meth lab operating in a 44th-floor Tropicana hotel room – uncovered after a fire there yesterday. And that was at the Tropicana. Makes you wonder what all could be going on at some of the less occupied casinos…Lynda Cohen has the details.

Blacks and Latinos seeking a home loan in New Jersey are denied conventional mortgages at rates higher than whites, particularly in Camden, Burlington and Gloucester counties an investigation shows. NJ Spotlight covers the report by Reveal.

NJ is united against offshore drilling, but will it matter? The Asbury Park Press asks.

A suspended Absecon doctor and six others pleaded guilty to distributing opioids, Lynda Cohen reports.

NJ lawmakers are looking to retain the individual health insurance mandate.

All that and more below:

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