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    New Jersey’s New Dealership Regulations Push Out Tesla, Prevent Competition

    In a move that is blatantly anti-competitive and anti-consumer, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) enacted regulations that, beginning April 1, would prohibit non-franchised, non-licensed businesses from selling vehicles in the state. The regulations would effectively prohibit Tesla manufacturers from selling directly to buyers in New Jersey. You can … More

    Latest Jones Act Fiasco Costs New Jersey Taxpayers $700,000

    A federal law called the Jones Act recently prevented New Jersey officials from treating dangerous roads with salt. Faced with a shortage of salt, state officials asked the federal government to let them transport salt on a foreign vessel in time to prepare for an approaching winter storm. Federal bureaucrats … More

    Why It’s the Government’s Fault There Isn’t Enough Salt to Make Roads Safe in New Jersey

    Winter storms recently dumped nearly a foot of snow in parts of New Jersey. As of February 13, New Jersey state police had responded to 157 accidents and 353 calls for help, and road crews struggled to maintain safe driving conditions while faced with a shortage of rock salt to … More

    New Jersey, Virginia Exit Polls: Majority Oppose Obamacare

    There was one clear loser on Election Day: Obamacare. President Obama’s unfair, unaffordable, and unworkable law is a disaster for America. And a majority of voters in New Jersey and Virginia agree. Both states held gubernatorial elections Tuesday. According to exit polls from CNN, voters who showed up don’t like … More

    Obamacare and the Medicaid Expansion: How Does Your State Fare?

    The Medicaid expansion is touted by proponents of Obamacare as a “no-brainer.” While it is true that some states may see projected savings, it is erroneous to claim that this experience applies to every state. Proponents predict that by expanding Medicaid states will be able to reduce payments to health … More

    Morning Bell: Uproar Over Bloated Sandy Aid Package

    Leaders from New Jersey and New York blew up yesterday after House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) postponed a vote on an aid package related to Hurricane Sandy. But the bill is so loaded with pork projects that these officials should consider directing their anger at the Obama Administration, which is … More

    Morning Bell: Bracing for Hurricane Sandy

    Hurricane Sandy is battering the East Coast this morning, expected to wreak havoc for millions of people from the Mid-Atlantic to northern New England. Our thoughts and prayers are with those who are affected by the storm. Please take care and be safe. Because of Sandy’s timing this late in October, … More

    NJ’s Christie Signs Teacher Tenure Reform into Law

    Legislators in New Jersey recently dealt a heavy blow to the oldest teacher tenure law in the nation. State Senator Teresa Ruiz (D–Essex) spent two years drafting a bill to reform the 103-year-old teacher tenure law and tie teacher job security to student performance. And now her bill is becoming … More

    The Fashion Police - Literally

    What if a person committed a crime simply by wearing the wrong outfit? What if that person were subject to a $2,000 fine, up to 90 days in jail, and community service for what he or she was wearing? Can’t happen? Think again. According to a news story from CBS … More

    City Says "No!" to Multi-Million Dollar Handout from Uncle Sam

    The city of Troy, Michigan, prides itself as being “The City of Tomorrow … Today,” but now it has another slogan to affix to its city hall: “Stimulus Dollars Not Welcome Here.” What’s this all about, you ask? Why would a city say “no” to free money? As The New … More