Governor Chris Christie
Gov. Chris Christie has signed a budget that keeps New Jersey government humming along through next June, but with a millionaires’ tax and property tax cut still unresolved, the partisan fiscal fight between the governor and the Democrats has spilled into summer.
Christie said it may be time to call a truce in the war of words between him and New Jersey’s teachers’ union. But the call came after the governor leveled some pointed criticism at the union.
Things got a bit out of hand at one of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s town hall meetings on Thursday, when a shouting match ended with the governor calling an audience member an idiot.
While the Jersey Shore cast finished what was supposed to be their fifth and final season in late 2011, rumor has it MTV isn’t quite ready to let go of the cash cow.
As Christie took to the podium, members of “Occupy Des Moines” tried to drown him out with boos. Christie delivered a couple of zingers to his critics in response.
The trans-Hudson rail tunnel killed by Governor Christie will end up costing roughly $600 million even with a big refund from insurers, according to officials who released a “bottom line” breakdown on the aborted project.
Marketed as bath salts or incense, the powdery substances are snorted by users and mimic the effects of cocaine and methamphetamines.
The first-term governor and GOP favorite continues to be talked about as a possible challenger to President Barack Obama, but his answer has consistently been ‘no.’
State Senate President Stephen Sweeney says he’ll block two major education reform proposals sought by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
The nation’s financial downturn left many states in such a precarious position that they were forced this year to make tough decisions on expensive but long-untouchable public employee benefits.
The bill gives first-time offenders the chance to complete an education program.
Paterson’s 3.5 percent sales tax – half of what most of New Jersey charges on taxable goods – has helped many families stay above water. Now, the special sales tax may be on the verge of elimination.
The divisive bill passed 46-32 with support from all Republicans who were present and a smattering of Democrats.
DENVILLE, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — After a firestorm of criticism, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie changed his mind Thursday and decided that he and the Republican Party would reimburse the state for his personal use of […]
Much like Felix and Oscar of “Odd Couple” fame, Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic state Senate President Stephen Sweeney are learning to live together and breaking some china in the process.