Gov. Chris Christie named the dean of Seton Hall's law school to the newly created position of state ombudsman Thursday and announced several other reform measures that were recommended in last month's report on the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal.
The New Jersey legislative committee investigating traffic jams orchestrated by Chris Christie's aides plans to start calling people who work for him to testify beginning next month -- and it hasn't ruled out asking to hear from the governor himself.
Gov. Chris Christie indicated at a town hall that he'd be willing to scrap New Jersey's realty transfer fee, which reportedly produces hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue for the state each year.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Tuesday at a town hall that he'd do away with realty transfer fees, a major source of tax revenue, that cost a retired state trooper in the audience $5,435 after selling a house two weeks ago.
Gov. Chris Christie had some harsh words for Assembly Speaker Vinnie Prieto early this week. On Monday, the governor again hammered Prieto for failing to take action on a bill to cap the salary increases that arbitrators can award to public employees at two percent.
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