Can We Break the Logjam?

The state of political and governmental ethics in New Jersey — the ability of our public servants to carry out their civic duties in a morally responsible fashion — is, to put it mildly, a sad one. Several high-profile elected officials have recently been charged with public corruption. The legislature appears constitutionally unable to deal with the issue. The press continues to have a field day reinforcing the image of New Jersey as “the corruption state.”


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