Three proposals were offered up in the legislature just this week in New Jersey.
Two of New Jersey’s best-known candidates sailed to victory unopposed in Tuesday’s primary election, while two of the Legislature’s most entrenched Democrats were in a fight for their political lives.
There weren’t many competitive races on the ballot and voter turnout was likely to be less than 10 percent, but two powerful Democratic lawmakers were fighting to keep their jobs in Tuesday’s New Jersey primary.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has vetoed 14 bills meant to spur jobs creation, saying the sponsors failed to identify money to pay for them.