Gov. Chris Christie has been spending a lot of time traveling outside of New Jersey, without naming an acting governor while he’s gone.
Shaneen Allen was pulled over last year during a traffic stop and said she had a Pennsylvania concealed carry permit. But the permit isn’t valid in New Jersey, which has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation.
Students will be required to have lessons in both CPR and using external defibrillators but they will not have to be certified.
Meanwhile Tuesday, St. Louis police officers shot and killed a knife-wielding man after a reported convenience store robbery, authorities said.
“My message to them is, goodbye,” Christie said. “You don’t want to stay, we don’t want you.”
B&C Morning Show: Gov. Christie Accused Of Falling Asleep At Springsteen Concert — And Craig’s Not Buying It
When Craig got wind of a report that claimed his old pal, Chris Christie — New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, that is — fell asleep while attending a Bruce Springsteen concert, he called foul.
Gay marriage proponents expect same-sex couples will be allowed to wed in New Jersey, eventually.
Christie quickly touched on the VP issue Friday so Tri-State football fans could focus on more important matters. That’s right, we’re talking Jets vs. Giants.
Sens. Loretta Weinberg and Paul Sarlo say the Film and Digital Media Tax Credit Program creates jobs and drives the economy.
Organizers said up to 10,000 were expected to protest staff cuts and promote public safety. They said budget cuts and layoffs have thinned their ranks to unsafe levels.
Wednesday’s meeting was sponsored by the nonprofit Alliance for Action, a coalition of business, labor and government leaders.
Christie goes to West Deptford after presenting a $29.4 billion budget that would require the Democratic-controlled Legislature to enact major changes to public employees’ pension and health benefits.
Chris Christie’s second annual state budget address will likely ruffle feathers and bolster his reputation among his supporters as a fiscal conservative.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has laid out a plan to fund state road and bridge projects for the next five years.
A report to Gov. Christie on the future of gaming recommended the state get out of the horse racing business. A $30 million subsidy to fatten racing purses was recently allowed to lapse.