Daisy Rawson

Update on the NJ case to unmask our schoolchildren

As you know, we have been following the progress of the lawsuit brought against the governor, the health commissioner and the education commissioner to unmask the schoolchildren. NJ attorney Bruce Afran joined me on Friday morning to share that earlier this week the governor’s attorney denied the plaintiffs’ request to …

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Fourth Live Update from Stimulus Control: Child Tax Credit Extension to 2025, New Payment in California, Unemployment Benefits …

Securities – AOC announces efforts to expand federal unemployment benefits until February 2022. (Full story) – New projections on Social Security Cost of living adjustment for 2022 emerge. (Whole story) – President Biden fails to convince Sen Manchin to support the $ 3.5 billion spending bill – Seventeen states have …

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Monmouth County Clerk Hanlon was sworn in as president of the Statewide Constitutional Officers Association

NEW | CHARACTERISTICS | OVERVIEW | EVENTS originally published: 09/17/2021 (WEST TOWNSHIP OF WINDSOR, NJ) – Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon was sworn in as President of the Constitutional Officers Association of New Jersey (COANJ) on September 16 during the COANJ 2021 installation dinner at the Mercer Lake Boathouse …

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Last mile delivery site lands $ 381 million in Bronx

Turnbridge Equities Founder Andrew Joblon, KKR Co-Founder Henry Kravis and Distribution Center (Getty, Turnbridge) A huge last mile distribution center may have hit the last mile of its financial needs. A joint venture controlled by Turnbridge Equities and Dune Real Estate Partners has secured $ 381 million in new funding …

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A unique day in American history

× On Wednesday September 8, Bayonne rolled out the red carpet to welcome Frank Siller to Bayonne. Mr. Siller, President and CEO of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, crossed Bayonne on his more than 500 mile walk across America for the twentieth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, …

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