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The Jaffe Briefing - July 24, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
NEWARK - When they settled into their airplane seats on Sunday morning, likely wearing floral shirts and leis, ready to order a fruity drink with an umbrella as they zoomed over the gritty Newark landscape to brighter skies, they had no idea the dream would be quickly dashed. Passengers on the United Airlines flight were booted off the plane because of "abnormally hot brakes." Firefighters were dispatched to spray down the brakes, as passengers were grudgingly removed from the plane and transported with a stair truck and buses back to a dismal Terminal C, where Bud Light awaited.

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The Jaffe Briefing - July 21, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
ON THE ROADS - "Crisis Communications" seems the standard course of the day at NJ Transit, now responding to the latest round of social media backlash. It involves a pregnant commuter kicked off a bus yesterday morning because the MyTix app wasn't working, NBC reports. The rider tweets: "I am 7 months pregnant and the bus driver took me off the bus bc the app didn't work and I only had $3 on me instead of the $4.50." NJ Transit is again apologizing, adding the driver is being "retrained."

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The Jaffe Briefing - July 20, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
TRENTON - Senator Chris Christie?  That's one chilling scenario that Politico is musing, based on a number of "ifs." So, on this steamy summer morning, let's play the game. If  Sen. Robert Menendez has to leave the Senate by the end of the year, as he is slated to go on trial in September on corruption charges, it would be up to the lame-duck governor to replace him. Christie could then appoint a pal to the seat, or - if he wants - he could appoint himself, a Trump rubber stamp. For those fretting about such a scenario, a silver lining: Christie's famous line in 2014: "I would rather die than be in the United State Senate."

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The Jaffe Briefing - July 19, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
TRENTON - Why just gamble, when you can drink too? That is the message behind the new state lottery game, Quick Draw, which is being offered in bars, restaurants and bowling alleys. Much more interesting than buying a lottery ticket or two at the 7-Eleven, this game involves a TV screen, some fast-paced action and players shelling out up to $10 a pop, with a $1 million grand prize. So, drink up fellas and get ready for some action, courtesy of the New Jersey Lottery, coming to a bar near you.

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