In a crushing defeat for Governor Chris Christie, the prosecutor he nominated to be the first Asian on the State Supreme Court was rejected by the Senate Judiciary panel yesterday after six hours of heated and grueling questioning, one lunch break and a long closed door Q&A.
Governor Christie, during his latest town hall meeting in Kearny, pointed out his proposed budget for the Garden state provides $8.9 billion for education aid- the largest education appropriation aid in the history of New Jersey.
Lobbyist spending soared to a record $73 million in 2011 according to Jeff Brindle, Executive Director of the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC). The largest spender was New Jersey Education Association (NJEA).
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