New Jersey's top court ruled Tuesday that judges should take over the enforcement of state affordable housing requirements because the state government under Gov. Chris Christie and his predecessors has failed to do it.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's state Supreme Court is wrestling with how to make sure affordable housing gets built after a state agency failed to approve revised rules toward that end and comply with a court order.
Affordable housing advocates have sued Gov. Chris Christie's administration and Rutgers University, accusing them of hiding calculations used to determine how much housing each town should provide for lower-income people.
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