N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP
A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie told a assembly during a annual NCAAP New Jersey Conference this weekend that an unnamed open worker kinship ran a billboard ad that pronounced he hates children — though a state’s tip kinship pronounced it never ran such an ad.
Meanwhile, a Republican administrator — and probable 2016 presidential contender — pronounced he’d “rather die” than be a member of a U.S. Senate.
NEW RAY RICE-INSPIRED BILL
In a arise of a Ray Rice scandal, dual state lawmakers have due formulating new courts in New Jersey clinging exclusively to domestic assault cases.
GAS TAX TO FALL SHORT?
State Assemblyman Scott Rumana (R-Passaic) pronounced even a tripling of a state gasoline taxation would tumble billions of dollars brief of appropriation a list of state projects travel officials contend are indispensable over a subsequent decade.
JEFF BELL NOT QUITE UNKNOWN
A demeanour during how Jeff Bell, a loser Republican using opposite U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) is not different to Washington conservatives.
Meanwhile, Bell criticized a U.S. Supreme Court for vouchsafing mount several reduce justice cases that overturned state bans on happy marriage.
IN OTHER NEWS …
• Videos customarily prisoner by cameras mounted in military cars during trade stops and other law coercion activities are open annals and can't be funded since they associate to rapist or inner affairs investigations, a state decider has ruled in dual apart cases.
• Today is a final day to register to opinion in November’s elections.