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At what point does accountability take a back seat to teaching to the test?
Opinion, Schools, Elections
Most in New Jersey lost that right, but 10 Morris County municipalities are still holding April school elections.
Who kidnapped all the moderate Republicans?
Christie is entitled to appointments, and the Dems are obligated to keep the court in balance.
Don't expect the new director to do any better at getting compensation for land owners.
Government, Opinion, Schools
State aid is up for schools and flat for municipalities, but despite Gov. Christie's generosity, it's still less than before he took office.
If the Democrats are serious about overriding the veto, they will need to mount a well-funded, serious challenge in District 26 Assembly race in November.
Voters in Morris County as well as South Jersey's 4th District find their November choices upended, at least for the moment, by court challenges that seem to drag on.
Almost 1 in 5 districts statewide has already eliminated the April vote.
The bigger question: How would New Jersey pay for it?
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