TRENTON: Highlands Act constitutionality upheld again
“This dismissal is recognition that the work of the Highlands Council is legally defensible and is in line with the mandates of the New Jersey Constitution.”
Superior Court of New Jersey Judge the Honorable Paul Innes today dismissed a lawsuit filed by Warren County and nine residents that challenged the validity of the Highlands Act on four counts, including ... via Courier News
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#1 Jan 23, 2008
This State is really corrupt!! How sad for our children. "The highlands act" completely goes against the reason our for fathers faght for freedom. I think there would be an over thrown government if we were in the 60's.
WAKE UP NJ
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