Hoboken Mulling Proposal That Would Outlaw City Elected Leaders Blocking People On Social Media

With so much negativity on social media, it's natural to want to block the people who are nasty to you. But should elected leaders be able to do that?

May 4, 2021 -

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HOBOKEN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — With so much negativity on social media, it’s natural to want to block the people who are nasty to you.

But should elected leaders be able to do that as well?

That’s a question the Hoboken City Council will take up up this week, CBS2’s Jessica Layton reported Monday.

We’ve often heard..