More of your NJ legislators set to stand up against NJ statehouse renovation
The politicians are lining up to oppose the latest attempt by Gov. Chris Christie to spend taxpayer dollars to line the pockets of wealthy insiders.
The current issue involves a state house renovation project that without any details or legislative input, ballooned from $38 million to $300 million. Senators Lesniak, Doherty and Bateman filed a lawsuit on Monday.
Today, after both Sen. Lesniak and Sen. Doherty, as well as GOP gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli joined me on air yesterday, we have a full compliment of additional pols. Lt. Gov. Guadagno, Kip Bateman, Assemblyman John Wisniewski and Congressman Leonard Lance will weigh in. Lance is known for the Lance Amendment, which resulted in his successful suit against the NJ government, requiring voter approval for borrowing.
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