Ex-N.J. attorney general: Why N.J. is so hard to govern. (Hint: It's in our DNA)
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New Jersey once had the nation's most powerful governor. But since the early 1980s, the governor's powers have been eroded by a resurgent Legislature and the persistence of regional bosses

By John Farmer Jr.   

Sometime in the next few months, Gov. Phil Murphy and his senior staff will be sitting around a conference table in the makeshift governor's office up the street from the Statehouse -- a gift from his predecessor -- and someone will say out loud the question...


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