ProPublica: ‘How The Norcross Political Machine Muscled In On Prime Real Estate In New Jersey’s Poorest City’

Phil Norcross

“For decades, Camden, New Jersey, has exemplified urban decay. A steady exodus of residents and jobs turned the once-thriving industrial port into the state’s poorest city. The waterfront was mostly parking lots and vacant land. More than half the city’s budget was funded through state aid,” from ProPublica.

Read the ENTIRE story by Nancy Solomon and Jeff Pillets here.

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