N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP
A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey
TRENTON — The Obama administration has threatened to secrete sovereign appropriation from New Jersey unless a state creates thespian improvements by Mar during reviewing and approving food stamp applications.
BARAKA TALKS FERGUSON SHOOTING
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka called strategy by military in Ferguson, Mo., following a genocide of an unarmed black teen during a hands of a white officer an instance of “best practices for what not to do” to fight municipal unrest.
THE AUDITOR: CHRISTIE ON BOOKER, LONEGAN’S NEW JOB
A demeanour during how Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican, had soothing critique for U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and how former Booker enemy Steve Lonegan got a new job with a organisation that employed stream Booker challenger Jeff Bell.
EDITORIAL: CHRISTIE ON FERGUSON
The Star-Ledger’s editorial house writes that Christie missed a step on a debate over a sharpened in Ferguson, Mo.
IN OTHER NEWS …
• Public propagandize students in New Jersey will shortly be compulsory to learn CPR and how to use defibrillators in sequence to graduate.
• Baraka eliminated some-more than $36,5000 progressing this summer from his 2014 mayoral debate into an comment for a cabinet using his 2018 reelection campaign, state annals show.