Supreme Court reinstates collective bargaining law Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ... Acting with unusual speed, the state Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the reinstatement of Gov. Scott Walker's controversial plan to end most collective bargaining for tens of thousands of public workers...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has announced a deal to sell the New Jersey Network, the state's public television and radio station. Rather than work to create jobs in the state, with this move Christie will eliminate about 130 jobs at NJN. Operations of the NJN television and radio stations will transfer to public stations in New York and Philadelphia.
In comparing public television to communism, the Garden State's morbidly obese governor said:
Mr. Fiscal Conservative, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, today took a state helicopter to his son's baseball game.
The Newark Star-Ledger reports,
DOT Outsourcing Costs Taxpayers Millions Channel 3000 ...The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is spending millions of dollars on outside contractors when even state officials admit the work can be done cheaper by state employees...
Approval ratings are reaching all-time lows for Governors Gone Wild across the country.
Skelator Gov. Rick Scott is one of the least popular governors in America, according to a Quinnipiac University poll that shows 57 percent of voters disapprove of the job he’s doing. From the Miami Herald:
New Jersey needs good jobs and education funding. Instead, residents of the Garden State are getting another ugly mall.