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The Jaffe Briefing - November 1, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL - Where is Phil Murphy? That is the question from NJTV, which has noticed that the leading candidate for governor is all over our airwaves, but doesn't seem to be out campaigning with the same intense verve. NJTV reports there was only one public event on Monday and none yesterday, with less than a week to go. NJTV notes it is a common strategy among candidates with huge, double-digit leads. Just play it safe; don't say or do anything stupid. Makes sense, but Democrats still want to ensure high enthusiasm levels come Election Day.

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The Jaffe Briefing - October 31, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
WEEHAWKEN - A couple has the right to be royally pissed, after buying a $2 million condo, and then finding bottles of urine in the ceiling and walls of the bathroom. Not just that, the couple also found partially-eaten Chinese food, cupcake wrappers and other garbage in the walls, the NY Post reports. Allow us to take the giant leap that the construction workers held little regard for the yuppies who would ultimately own all this overpriced luxury in Port Imperial and dumped all their junk in the walls. What likely prompted a lawsuit against the developer was the urine-soaked insulation inside the walls of the master bedroom. The home now remains unoccupied, as the couple tries to sell it back to the developer, who unsurprisingly is balking.

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The Jaffe Briefing - October 30, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
STATEWIDE - If you are itching to know which towns in New Jersey have the most residents with sexually-transmitted diseases, look no further. The festering answer is available on NJ 101.5, which conducted a review of 40,000 STD cases in the state, ranking the "Top 50" towns and developing a nifty, interactive map to illustrate the rash of outbreaks. Hot spots for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis? No. 5 is Newark, No. 4 is East Orange, No. 3 is Hopewell in Cumberland County, No. 2 is Clementon and No. 1 - with about 25 sore people per every 1,000 residents - Camden. State officials say about half of sexually-active people in New Jersey will get a STD by the time they turn 25. Time to wrap this up.

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The Jaffe Briefing - October 27

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY
 
MORRISTOWN - There's no Halloween celebration at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School because a lot of kids don't celebrate the holiday. Gotcha. Totally get it. So, instead, school officials have planned a big day of special events on October 31, in which the kids will work together to "escape" their classrooms by solving puzzles. Then, all the kids will meet in the gymnasium for a special event: a school-wide Bingo game. How special! How fun! The kids can even wear Halloween costumes! But, um, wait: we thought this school was not celebrating the holiday.

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