Gov Chris Christie
The war of words is heating up in New Jersey after state lawmakers earlier this month put a constitutional amendment on November’s ballot seeking more money for open space.
Two casinos are expected to close by next week and lawmakers on both sides are working to save the gambling town and push for casinos up north.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says there’s a clear distinction between him and the president.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday railed against a constitutional amendment on the ballot in November that would earmark more money for open space preservation.
Gov. Chris Christie says he’s going to let the judicial process play itself out before he’ll consider intervening in the case of a Pennsylvania woman who faces jail time for carrying a concealed weapon in New Jersey.
On Thursday, Gov. Chris Christie announced an $8.5 million plan for a sea wall in Sea Bright, N.J.
The politicians want Christie to put money into the drained-out Transportation Trust Fund.
The information comes from NJ Transit’s new computerized system for tracking buses. Previously, the agency relied on workers at six major terminals to record when buses departed.
The state alleged that the company engaged in 545 instances of price gouging from Oct. 27, 2012, to Nov. 5, 2012. The state’s complaint was filed in December 2012.
An audience member at a town hall meeting challenged Christie’s use of Springsteen’s music before events.
The chair of the Republican Governors Association released a statement Monday defending his Texas counterpart, who was slapped with two felony counts of abuse of power Friday.
Astorino says the MTA’s five-year plan is expiring this year, and there still isn’t a proposal to replace it.
More than 5,000 casino workers could be out of a job by next month between the closing of Showboat and Revel casinos alone.
Christie nominated three other people to complete the challenge within 24 hours or donate $100: Democratic New Jersey U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and late-night TV host Jimmy Fallon.
Gov. Chris Christie said he hasn’t decided on the 2016 presidential election, but a new poll says most New Jersey voters expect him to go for it.