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The Jaffe Briefing - November 27, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
ONLINE - If you're reading this, you are obviously taking a break from online shopping.  Perhaps you need a moment to mull over that red turtleneck for Uncle Mel, or maybe you are dropping some Visine onto your bloodshot eyeballs. That's because you've been likely glued to your computer screen, joining the throngs for a record-breaking day of cyber sales. It's Cyber Monday, of course, and the deals are for those with no interest in getting mauled at malls. (33 great Amazon deals here.) But do the boss a favor, though, and sneak in an hour of work, will ya?

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The Jaffe Briefing - November 17, 2017

** The Jaffe Briefing is over the river and through the woods for Thanksgiving, returning Monday, November 27 ** 

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
WASHINGTON, DC - Rep. Tom MacArthur has the distinction of being the only member of New Jersey's congressional delegation to support $1.5 trillion in tax cuts for businesses and individuals.  MacArthur was also the only of the 13 Republicans from New York, New Jersey or California to vote for the Trump bill, according to The New York Times. With the bill ending so many of the income and sales tax deductions that New Jerseyans enjoy and with the 3rd District's median household income hovering around $55,000, you gotta really wonder what constituency MacArthur is serving.

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The Jaffe Briefing - November 16, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
ATLANTIC CITY - In what should finally be an interesting annual League of Municipalities luncheon, Phil Murphy will be taking the microphone today to talk to municipal officials about his plans for New Jersey. Gov. Chris Christie will be someplace else, as he has been for most of his second term, attending the Republican Governors Association conference in Texas. Usually, an appearance at the luncheon would be the final swan song for the lame duck governor to bathe in accolades and adoration for a job well done. (Note Gov. Jon Corzine's tearful farewell eight years ago.) No such emotion, apparently, from our current governor.

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The Jaffe Briefing - November 15, 2017

Click HERE for a complete list of all today's extracurricular activities at this year's League of Municipalities conference

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ATLANTIC CITY - The New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference kicked off yesterday as the state's pols made their annual schmooze-and-booze trip to the state's party Mecca. One would think that with decisive wins statewide the Democratic Party's standard bearer would be making victory laps, but Phil Murphy was nowhere to be seen last night. Even though Murphy as been a staple at the League conference since 2014 with his famous one-on-one discussion with Jon Bon Jovi, this year expect the governor-elect to make quiet appearances at small events before making an anticipated keynote at Thursday's closing luncheon. Despite his verve to campaign, humility appears to be the name of Murphy's post-election game.

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