Lawmakers hold final 2014 session
The New Jersey Legislature wrapped up their last voting session of the year Thursday without a lot of fanfare.
There were again no property tax reform measures addressed, and the Senate pulled an economic stimulus package for Atlantic City.
The Legislator also failed, again, to override Gov. Chris Christie's veto of a bill that would require him to make quarterly pension payments.
They have yet to introduce a proposal to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund.
That measure, which will likely include a tax hike, is expected to come early in the new year.