For lawyers involved in the seemingly endless fight over a town’s obligations to provide affordable housing in New Jersey, it’s now time for small ball.

The state Supreme Court ruled on Jan. 18 on the last two remaining large disputes regarding housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income families in the state. Now towns and affordable housing advocates are moving toward the trial courts to determine individual towns’ obligations.

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