Family Promise, an NJ-based nonprofit supporting those experiencing homelessness, will run Night Without a Bed Oct. 22, in which folks sleep in cars, tents and on floors to foster empathy and raise awareness for solutions.
Princeton will both divest from all publicly traded fossil fuel companies and disassociate from 90 companies that have funded research.
“The [ABC] should not be regulating entertainment, they should be regulating alcohol and that’s the heart of it, but they also didn’t follow their own process and that’s really the shocking thing,” says Chuck Garrity, owner of Death of the Fox Brewing, in Clarksboro, who filed suit on Sept. 22.
“In this country we trust people to make up their own minds and I don’t want the state to dictate what I or my children can read because it offends some sensibilities of a few.” Banned Books Week is Sept. 18-24.
In the science standards, for instance, educators must teach that human activity “modified … the relationships between Earth’s systems,” and that humans can develop solutions. I would’ve used “fucked over,” but I guess modify is fine.
“This town is kind of fucked up in that people think it’s a perfect, quaint town and there’s a lot of hate and bigotry here.”
New Jersey, which has some of the toughest gun control regulations in the country, recently passed a slew of gun control measures and created an office charged with holding firearm manufacturers and sellers accountable.
Climate change has extended the fire season in New Jersey and made it more difficult to fight them.
This is all… ugh… about Trump. An established domestic golf brand didn’t want to associate its most high-profile event with him; an upstart, massively funded, skeletons-in-its-closet brand can’t wait to partner up (and they’re doing so again later this year at a Trump course in Florida).
The ruling was a blow to, well, anyone who gives a shit about clean air and living on an inhabitable planet. But New Jersey is not limited in its ability to restrict new fossil fuel projects.
A social, medical and political revolution around psychedelics is happening right now, and New Jersey could be at the forefront.
Patrice Jetter is raising funds with the nonprofit Help Hope Live to buy an accessible van that she can take to work, the doctor, Special Olympics events and more