Daily Archives: January 27, 2011 - 2 results

Posted 6 years ago in Government by Arthur Buono  
NJ, Feds Fight over Hudson River Tunnel Earmark

It looks like we have a shooting war now between the State of New Jersey and the Federal Transit Administration. At stake: the $271 million earmarked for a new Hudson River tunnel that the state backed away from this summer. The Feds want their money back.   Federal Transit Administration money was earmarked for commuter rail tunnel New Jersey Governor killed the deal citing projected cost overruns Once earmarked funds are delivered, who controls what they’re really used for? Copy …

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Posted 6 years ago in Uncategorized by Jennifer King  
Demystifying the Law: Negligence

If you’ve ever been involved in a personal injury lawsuit – or if someone else has physically or mentally injured you and you’ve considered suing – you may have heard the word negligence. It’s a word that packs a lot of punch in the legal arena, and a key concept to understand.   Copy this link to share with your friends: http://bit.ly/f2fA1M   Negligence Defined Negligence is defined as: Failure to exercise the degree of care expected of a person …

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