Governor Chris Christie
The head of a New Jersey legislative panel investigating a political payback plot says a review undertaken by Gov. Chris Christie’s lawyers lacks credibility because information from key players in the operation is missing.
South Jersey officials and environmentalists are scratching their head over this week’s decision by the Board of Public Utilities to reject a wind farm off of Atlantic City.
Gov. Chris Christie has signed a waiver allowing first responders to carry and administer medication to treat drug overdose patients in emergency situations.
A New Jersey Senate panel took a step Monday toward ensuring that state taxpayers whose money is used to repair beaches can actually use them.
Bridget Kelly and Christie adviser Bill Stepien are fighting subpoenas to produce documents related to the incident.
A state Assembly committee is planning to look into New Jersey’s oversight of Superstorm Sandy rebuilding and recovery programs.
With the latest winter storm expected to arrive in New Jersey Sunday night, Governor Chris Christie declared a State of Emergency.
The $34.4 billion state budget New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie proposed Tuesday makes a required $2.25 billion payment to the public worker pension fund without raising taxes but leaves virtually nothing left over to fund major new programs or initiatives.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will announce his budget plan Tuesday for the fiscal year starting July 1, also the deadline for the Democrat-controlled Legislature to approve a plan.
The 500 or so constituents who attended Thursday’s town hall — held about 45 miles from where the traffic jams occurred — had Sandy recovery on their minds.
Gov. Christie has authorized a delayed opening of 11 a.m. for all non-essential state employees in New Jersey on Tuesday.
Essential employees should report to work on their regular schedule.
In addition to the State of Emergency, the Governor also authorized the closing of state offices on Wednesday, February 5th for all non-essential employees.
The Republican governor and possible 2016 presidential candidate fielded questions for the first time in three weeks about a scandal that has engulfed his administration and threatened to upend any political ambitions.
High-profile Republicans were adamant Sunday that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie should not resign from his post as chairman of the Republican Governors Association.