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Governor Christie Wants Hearings For His Nominees [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie is expressing frustration and anger because state Senate democrats haven't announced when they'll hold hearings for his two most recent Supreme Court nominees, David Bauman and Robert Hanna.

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Governor Chris Christie announces his selection of Robert Hanna and David Bauman for nomination to the positions of Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie announces his selection of Robert Hanna and David Bauman for nomination to the positions of Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Governor Christie Compromises On Supreme Court Nominees [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Board of Public Utilities, president Robert Hanna, an Independent and Superior Court judge David Bauman, an Asian-American Republican have been nominated by Governor Chris Christie to fill two vacancies on the New Jersey Supreme Court.

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State Supreme Court Nominees to be Named Soon, Says Chris Christie

The Senate Judiciary Committee rejected Governor Chris Christie's last two choices to fill spots on the State Supreme Court. Prosecutor Phil Kwon and Chatham Mayor Bruce Harris both fell shy of the votes needed to force a vote in the full Upper House. Christie says he’ll soon name his next two nominees.

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NJ Supreme Court Hears Affordable Housing Arguments

The New Jersey Supreme Court is once again reviewing affordable housing.

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NJ Approves Ballot Question to Force Judges to Pay More

New Jersey voters have approved a ballot question forcing judges and state Supreme Court justices to pay more for retirement and health benefits.

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NJ Supreme Court Makes it Harder to Try Kids as Adults

New Jersey's Supreme Court has toughened the requirements for prosecutors to try juvenile defendants in adult court.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Chris Christie Still Sore Over NJ Supreme Court Nominees

Gov. Chris Christie says he still has an issue with the composition of the state Supreme Court now that two temporary justices have been assigned.

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Flickr User Adam Kiefaber
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Red Decals Stay, Kyleigh’s Law Upheld By NJ Supreme Court

The New Jersey Supreme Court upheld Kyleigh's Law today, requiring that teen's have a red decal on the license plate of their cars.

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NJ Supreme Court Rules – Pets Are Not Family – Agree or Disagree [POLL]

This has to be tough for anyone who thinks of their dog as a “fur baby.”

In a ruling pertaining to a case that dates back to 2007, the NJ Supreme Court ruled against a woman who’s was suing for emotional distress when her maltipoo was mauled by a neighbor’s dog in Morris Plains

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NJ Surpeme Court Still Two Members Short [AUDIO]

Today, the State Senate and the General Assembly will vote on a measure to place a question on this November's ballot asking New Jersey voters if they'd like to amend the constitution to force judges to contribute more for the pensions and health benefits.

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