Governor Chris Christie is applauding the Obama Administration’s decision to waive requirements for the state under the federal ‘No Child Left Behind education law and instead pursue other reform measures.
New Jersey has a new Homeland Security chief and his name is Ed Dickson. Governor Chris Christie formally announced his choice yesterday. Dickson succeeds Charlie McKenna who is now Christie’s Chief Counsel.
On February 21, GOP Governor Chris Christie will present his spending plan for the next fiscal year. The Democratic chairmen of the Senate and Assembly Budget Committees have no clue what will be proposed, but they know what they’d like to hear.
Governor Chris Christie wants to completely eliminate end-of-career payouts to future public workers for their unused sick time and it appears the State Senate President is ready to give him what he wants.
The Governor has his priority. Top Democrats have their priority. A new poll reveals the public’s priorities do match up with the chief executive’s or the lawmakers who control both houses of the legislature.
A newly released audit of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, describes the agency as “a challenged and dysfunctional organization.” Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle says the audit should come as no surprise.
Legislation that would force retailers to charge consumers an advertised after-rebate price – rather than making buyers send in coupons or log on to manufacturer’s web sites to claim their savings – is advancing at the State House. Stores that advertise a product’s “net price” – the price after a manufacturer’s rebate is applied – would be required to charge that price at the time of sale.
Do you think you could eke out a living on $141,000 a year? That’s real money, right? Evidently, that salary just doesn’t cut it if you’re a cabinet commissioner for the Governor, because every time one steps down we’re told it because he or she wants to return to the private sector to make real money.
A legislative package aimed at enhancing legislative oversight and public transparency at the New York/New Jersey Port Authority has been approved by the Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee.
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