Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Open-space initiative won't be on NJ ballot this year

New Jersey's open space funding initiative won't be on this year's November ballot after falling two votes shy of a supermajority in the state Senate on Monday.

But, if the Assembly follows the Senate's lead and passes it with a simply majority before the end of the year, state voters may get to decide the funding question in 2014.

The Record's Michael Linhorst explains it all here.

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