Wall Street is less than thrilled about what it has heard from emergency managers appointed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to help turn around Atlantic City’s finances.
Gov. Chris Christie signed the measure into law on Monday.
Gov. Christie has ordered all state buildings to fly flags at half-staff.
New Jersey’s top court ruled Tuesday that judges should take over the enforcement of state affordable housing requirements because the state government under Gov. Chris Christie and his predecessors has failed to do it.
Drewniak says he is not yet talking about where he will go next, and details about his next job are still being worked out.
The Thursday evening remarks will serve as the keynote of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce’s annual “Walk to Washington” event that has brought hundreds of legislators, business owners and lobbyists to the nation’s capital.
Poll: Most NJ Residents Feel Christie Is More Concerned With His Political Future Than With Governing The State
As speculation about a Christie run for the presidency increases, the current New Jersey governor’s ratings at home continue to slip.
Christie said he believes in the importance of vaccinations and that his children are vaccinated, then added, “But I also understand that parents need to have some measure of choice in things as well so that’s the balance that the government has to decide.”
Christie signed the order on Thursday, which requires the flags be lowered at all State buildings in honor of John Scott Stevens, who lived in Forked River.
Christie’s office announced Wednesday that the plans have been scrapped due to a change in the Israeli president’s schedule.
He warned residents to stay off the roads before joking, “From what I’ve seen, you’ve all been to the supermarket in the last 24 hours…I don’t know why the rush on bread, but what the heck?”
By executive order, Christie appointed Kevin Lavin as the city’s emergency manager and Kevyn Orr as special counsel to the emergency manager.
The pairing shouldn’t be much of a surprise to anyone, though – Christie has admitted to being a lifelong Cowboys fan.
Officials at the Police and Fire Retirement System and two other funds say they filed the lawsuit on Wednesday.
Asked about the violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday that people across the country are deeply anxious because of a lack of leadership and that President Barack Obama is at least partly to blame.