Civil Rights: Black leaders throughout New Jersey ripped Gov. Chris Christie after he said that civil rights leaders would have gladly put the rights they were fighting for to a popular vote, according to The Star Ledger. On Tuesday Christie proposed putting gay marriage to a November voter referrendum.
Questionnaire: The jurors in the Chandra Levy murder trial all previously knew of the case, according to questionnaires obtained by The Washington Post. The forms give insight into the jury that convicted Ingmar Guandique.
Preparing to Launch: Facebook’s lawyers at Fenwick & West stopped clearance of trades on the secondary market, a sign that the social networking company is gearing up for its initial public offering, The New York Times reports. Such an offering would surely mark a highlight on the company’s “timeline.”
Tacos: The Hartford Courant editorial board had some harsh criticsm for East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. after four police officers were arrested by the DOJ for violating the civil rights of Latino citizens. The board called Maturo an idiot after he said he might go home and have tacos when asked by a reporter how he would reach out to the Latino community.