Morning News Digest: February 25, 2010

There will be no Morning News Digest e-mail today.

Christie proposes cut in unemployment benefits
U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg is released from N.Y.C. hospital after cancer diagnosis
Wowkanech attacks Christie’s unemployment benefits reduction proposal
Runyan greets Republicans in Camden County
Wright says she’ll seek Baroni senate seat
Waretown mayor drops House bid as GOP continues to clear field for Runyan
Andrews argues for improved federal healthcare standards at Washington summit
Langford delivers $15,000 in gala money to charities 
N.J. Assembly approves bill allowing development rights in protected Highlands
Court rules New Jersey troopers in sex case won’t be named
Moonachie councilman to replace incumbent as Dem’s mayoral candidate
N.J. ban on ‘diploma mills’ for school administrators, teachers passes Assembly
District finances uncertain following governor’s speech 
Ex-Bergenfield deputy tax collector is sentenced to eight years in prison for $236K theft
State, local property tax hikes in ’09 lowest in years

Morning News Digest: February 25, 2010