N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP
A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey
TRENTON — During a city gymnasium assembly in Long Branch on Tuesday, Gov. Chris Christie pronounced he won’t criticism on a issue of a argumentative military sharpened in Ferguson, Mo., until all a contribution are clear.
This came a few days after a Republican pronounced he won’t make “generalizations” about law coercion officers in a arise of a genocide of Michael Brown and a day after a Rev. Al Sharpton criticized Christie dancing during a celebration in a Hamptons over a weekend while misunderstanding over a sharpened escalated.
CHRISTIE ON 2016, SPRINGSTEEN
Meanwhile during a city hall, Christie pronounced he’s respected to even be considered a intensity 2016 presidential candidate.
And he spatted with a witness over personification Bruce Springsteen’s song during such events.
GUN VETO POLL
A new check shows a comparison of New Jersey residents determine with Christie’s argumentative halt of a gun control check that would have reduced a distance of ammunition magazines from 15 to 10 rounds in a state.
THE AUDITOR: CASINO DATA
A demeanour during how New Jersey gaming regulators are job for a new, looser order that would let them revoke a volume of financial information published any month on container machines and list games during casinos.
IN OTHER NEWS …
• A sovereign decider has incited behind an bid led by eccentric electorate to throw New Jersey’s complement for selecting its domestic possibilities by primaries.
• Though Camden teachers won’t get grant incentives to retire early, other tools of a check dictated to assistance several “renaissance schools” designed for a beleaguered city may still turn law.
• Another new check shows New Jersey business leaders would many like to vacation down a seaside while eating pig hurl with Thomas Edison, listening to Frank Sinatra, and examination aged Yankees games featuring Yogi Berra — arrange of.
• Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center has named the arch nursing officer as CEO to reinstate Thomas Considine.