A selection of the need-to-know civil justice news for March 3-9.
Phil Murphy Creates Jobs Council Designed to Improve NJ Economy
Dustin Racioppi | northjersey.com
Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday ordered the creation of a jobs council designed to advise him and recommend ways to follow through on his central promise to improve the state’s economy.
Meet the General in Phil Murphy’s War on Donald Trump
S.P. Sullivan | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
In the first year of Donald Trump’s administration, the president faced a barrage of legal challenges from left-leaning states on everything from immigration to the environment. For the most part, New Jersey — run by a Republican governor and vocal Trump ally — sat on the sidelines. But Gov. Phil Murphy came to office pledging to take on Trump, and he found his attack dog in Gurbir Grewal, a 44-year-old former state and federal prosecutor born to Indian immigrant parents in northern New Jersey.
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