Gov. Chris Christie is heading to another one of his town hall meetings with yet another major policy proposal to try and sell.

This time, he'll talk directly with voters in the southern New Jersey community of Vineland.

Thursday afternoon's event comes a day after the governor called for a sweeping reorganization of the state's higher education system. He wants to elevate southern New Jersey's Rowan University into the state's second major research university, among other proposed changes.

The Republican governor has been quite busy in recent days.

Besides the education system proposal, he's also called for cutting income taxes by 10 percent for all taxpayers and for a ballot measure on whether the state should recognize gay marriage.

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