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A top Trenton lobbying firm is moving into the strategic communications business.
This week’s State Street column breaks the news that Princeton Public Affairs Group is launching Princeton Strategic Communications. The new firm will be headed by veteran communications executive Norris Clark.
The column also has the scoop on a scheduling change for next year’s Walk to Washington trip. The New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce is moving the train ride back a couple of weeks from its normal perch in late January in order to avoid a conflict with the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium.
Finally State Street looks at the latest news on the progress of the Economic Opportunity Act of 2013. The gist: A lot is still up in the air.
Meanwhile, this week’s Grapevine probes whether Board of Public Utilities President Robert M. Hanna’s nomination to the state Supreme Court is affecting his job as the top utilities regulator. One lawmaker says it is.
The column also takes the pulse in Trenton on the controversy at Rutgers University, and has the name of a buyer for Sanofi US’s former campus in Bridgewater.