Governor Takes His Message To a Town Hall in Jackson

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn

 Governor Chris Christie told a rapt crowd at a town hall style gathering in Jackson to put the pressure on lawmakers to pass his administration’s reform agenda. The Governor characterized the legislature, especially the democratic leadership, as “do nothing” and urged the audience to push their representatives to “get to work.”  He also set the stage for tomorrow’s New Jersey Supreme Court hearing on public school funding cuts – promising not to raise taxes if the high court should order the state to fund schools at a higher level.

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2 Responses to Governor Takes His Message To a Town Hall in Jackson

  1. Jeff Mattingly says:

    NJ LEGISLATORS, PASS THE TOOL KIT NOW TO CONTROL PROPERTY TAXES, delay will not help you or the people!
    NJ SUPREME COURT, THERE IS A REASON FOR SEPARATION OF POWERS, it is not your job to pass laws, that is the legislature’s job, it is your job to protect the state constitution through interpretation of existing laws.

    • Vinnie Frantantoni says:

      Tell’em Jeff! Our Legislators and Supreme Court justices were probably sleeping in civics classes when the three branches of government were being taught. THE JUDICIARY IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE LEGISLATURE!!!

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