Daily Archives: January 22, 2010

Middletown: It’s Your Town Hall Newsletter Volume 2 Issue 1 Now Availible

The latest edition of Middletown’s “It’s Your Town Hall” Newsletter is now availilbe for downloadings.

This latest edition of the newsletter address the events that took place at this years Middletown Township Re-Orangization and contains information not reported on the local media, such as the names of all those who were appointed or re-appointed to all the various boards and commissions that serve the township.
It also contains the remarks made by Township Committee members and the remarks by those in attendance that wished to address the Committee.
If interested, also available for downloading is the agenda for the days events which lists all of the resolutions that were voted on that day.
Download newsletter >>> Here
Download Re-Organization agenda >>> Here

as always if you would like to receive the “It’s Your Town Hall” newsletter via email send contact info to: itsourtown@yahoo.com

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Hypocrite Handlin Took $3000 From NJEA

13th Legislative District Assemblywoman Amy Handlin(R-Monmouth) has to be one of the largest hypocrites in Trenton.

In a press release issued yesterday, before today’s stunning US Supreme Court ruling that overturned decades worth of campaign finance reforms put in place by Congress, Handlin praised Governor Christie’s executive order that “created a more fair political system for taxpayers by applying pay-to-play restrictions to contributions made by labor unions or to legislative leadership committees…

So why is Assemblywoman Handlin a hypocrite you ask? Handlin had no problems with the pay-to-play laws while taking a $3,000 campaign contribution from the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) while seeking re-election last year!

That’s right, Handlin took money from the largest labor union in the State and now says that it is wrong for unions to be politically active by making campaign donation to candidates who seek political office.

It seems that as long as Handlin got her money from the NJEA everyone else can now be damned.

Do you think she has the decency to return the money to the NJEA? I doubt it.

What a hypocrite!

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Filed under Amy Handlin, campaign finance, Gov. Chris Christie, NJEA, pay-to-play