It’s John Oliveskin! He solved NJ’s transgender bathroom debate
Dennis Malloy has a lot of sympathy for 90-year-old Gloria Turano — who thought she'd live in Lawrence until she died, according to an NJ.com report.
Her home was bought for $100 in a sheriff's sale after a reverse mortgage company foreclosed on it — she'd taken the loan to pay property taxes she couldn't afford.
And he's pretty confused why there's so much commotion after Egg Harbor schools voted not to have a policy specifically meant to accomodate transgender students — after the Trump administration reminded an Obama White House rule that schools should let students use the bathrooms and locker rooms of their choosing.
Dennis isn't really sure what to do about any of it. But John Oliveskin is.
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