Your Questions for March’s ‘Ask the Governor’
Tonight is March's edition of NJ1015's 'Ask the Governor' with host Eric Scott.
As is custom on the day of the 'Ask the Governor' Jim opens up the phones for listeners to leave their questions Governor Chris Christie.
Below is a list of the questions NJ101.5 listeners had for the governor:
"Will NJ look to get rid of civil service? If so, when would this happen?"
- Sherri, Columbus
"Why does New Jersey keep losing court cases?"
- Mark, Blaristown
"Why can't we have more than 1 cable company in a certain area?"
- Arlene, Somerset
"Would NJ homeowners have the ability to get a permit to use firearms during home invasions?"
- Danny. Jamesburg
"Why do we tax retirees who get out-of-state pensions?"
- Dan, Old Bridge
"If the state is responsible for education, why aren't teachers considered state employees?"
- Tom, Halmetta
"Can the governor intervene on the Parkway widening project? Why can't there be barrier walls on the Parkway?"
- Michelle, Belmar
"Why would the governor veto legalizing marijuana for personal when it could help the economy?"
- Carol, Howell
"Why isn't the construction being done in Normandy Beach being completed on time?"
- George, Normandy Beach
"Why aren't there grants for summer or part-time home owners when we pay taxes?"
- Fred, Jackson
"Why is there an exit tax for people selling their houses?"
- Charles, Blairstown
"Can state employees opt out of pension system? If they can't, why not?"
- Alan, Greenbrook
"Why did you take away cost of living for retired police officers?"
- Jim, Southampton
"Why don't we limit land development along the shore lines?"
- Stan, Wall