Opioid Lawsuit, Car Crash, Public Meetings – Wednesday’s Roundup

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Public Meetings!
The DCA tweeted out a picture of a meeting yesterday of the Atlantic City Executive Council and there were lots of local heavyweights, but not a lot of laypersons, or any media, prompting Ryan Hutchins at Politico to observe it looked like a blatant violation of the NJ Open Public Meetings Act and that the Murphy admin was essentially bragging about it.

I don’t get invited to those things. Nor do I know the law, but here’s the pic.

Who else used to watch Romper Room? When they did the Magic Mirror thing at the end?

“I see Tammy and Margaret and Gregory and Rick and Bonnie and Anthony and Joe!”

In possibly related news, Amy Rosenberg reports Mayor Gilliam has a shiner.

Social Security Crash
A car crashed through the side of the Social Security office on Doughty Road in EHT yesterday, injuring 20 people, one critically. It sounds like it was an accident.

Attorney General Gurbir Grewal filed a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals alleging it downplayed the danger of opioid painkillers, while targeting seniors without proper concern for safety. These are civil charges, since the statute of limitations on criminal conduct has expired, but officials said, “they continue to explore how to hold this company, and others, accountable,” the Spotlight reports.

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