NJ Capitol Report

NJ Capitol Report

New Jersey Capitol Report – exploring political, social, and cultural issues affecting New Jersey.


Will New Legislation Force UBER to Leave NJ?

Ana Mahony, General Manager, NJ-Uber discusses the growing smartphone, ride-sharing business and how legislation could drive the business out of the s...

Bergen County: Body-Cams, Meadowlands & Economic Development

Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco discusses a Bergen County pilot program that requires police officers to wear body cameras, as well as the future ...

Media Bias in Todays’ Political News Coverage

Max Pizarro, Editor of Politicker NJ discusses the philosphy of “if it bleeds it leads,” as well as bias issues that often permeate today’s ...

Max Pizarro on Media Bias and Governor Christie

Max Pizarro, editor of PolitickerNJ.com, shares his views on media bias, particularly regarding Governor Christie on New Jersey Capitol Report with St...

Camden Mayor Dana Redd on Crime, Poverty and Education

Mayor of Camden NJ, Dana Redd, analyzes the city’s most pressing issues, including crime and public safety, and the challenge of improving an educat...

Editorial Cartoonist Jimmy Margulies On His Satirical Caricatures

Jimmy Margulies, Editorial Cartoonist, shares his satirical caricatures that address some of the most salient news issues of the day. 6/27/15 #521

Camden Mayor Dana Redd on Governor Christie

Camden Mayor Dana Redd believes Governor Chris Christie is dedicated to the city of Camden, and has worked closely with him across the aisle to improv...

The Law on Gifts For NJ Public Officials

Paula Franzese, Peter W. Rodino Professor of Law at Seton Hall Law School, breaks down the letter and intent of the law as it relates to public offici...

Cuban Americans in New Jersey, Carlos Medina

Carlos Medina, Chairman of the NJ Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, talks about his experience on a recent trip to Cuba and the cultural bond be...

Improving Police-Minority Relations in New Jersey

Assembly Speaker Emeritus Sheila Oliver explains a bill that she recently introduced that she believes will improve police-minority relations, especia...