It's now illegal in New Jersey to sell or posses a "bump stock," the controversial firearm accessory allegedly used by the gunman in last year's Las Vegas massacre. Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican set to leave office Tuesday, signed...Show More Summary
A bistate commission formed to combat corruption at the ports of New York and New Jersey is going to court to fight former Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's attempt … Click to Continue »
Republican Chris Christie left the New Jersey governor's office with his popularity in tatters, but at least he didn't break a leg. Christie is the first elected New Jersey governor … Click to Continue »
Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie left office yesterday with a truly dismal approval rating. On the bright side, he also left with two intact legs! As Obama administration alum Eric Columbus pointed out on Twitter Tuesday, Christie is the first NJ governor in decades to leave office without having broken a leg. Show More Summary
New York Times editorial board: If Gov. Chris Christie had patted himself on the back any harder in his farewell address to New Jersey last week, he'd have needed the ministrations of a good chiropractor. But all signs suggest that New...Show More Summary
Gov. Chris Christie signed a law on Monday, his last day in office, making it illegal in New Jersey for people under the influence of drugs or with a blood alcohol content of.08 percent or higher to pilot a drone—the same restrictions that apply to driving a car. Show More Summary
Phil Murphy succeeded Chris Christie as New Jersey’s governor, swearing his oath on the same Bible President John F. Kennedy used.
As of Tuesday afternoon, Chris Christie is no longer governor of New Jersey, ending eight years of ups and downs in the Garden State.
I hope Chris Christie takes a nice vacation, with the fam. Maybe moves out of the state, the way he’s been telling us for 8 years rich people like him want to do. Meanwhile, this is what’s up, at the Office...Read more
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie found the courage to do the right thing at the last possible moment Monday, signing into law a bill that bans bump stocks — the gun accessory used in the Las Vegas massacre last October — just as soon as he would face no political repercussions for the move. […]
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, once a star in the Republican Party with a nearly 80% approval rating, will leave office on Tuesday as the least popular governor in his state's history. Christie began his seven-year tenure in office as a big-tent Republican, viewed by many across the aisle as a tough straight-talker. Show More Summary
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A former Democratic Obama administration diplomat is taking over the New Jersey governor's office from Republican Chris Christie on Tuesday. Phil Murphy posted a photo of his wife and children in a group hug on Twitter Tuesday and wrote "Today our great state turns a new page." The former Wall Street executive and U.S. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump is “not my cup of tea,” said incoming New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy.
For 9 million New Jerseyans, Tuesday marks the end of eight years of misrule by Chris Christie.
New Jersey's next governor will start the day with prayer and end it with a party. Democrat Phil Murphy will become the state's 56th governor, succeeding Republican Chris Christie after … Click to Continue »
His microscopic approval rating, after years of scandal and neglect, is a clear sign that, whatever he thinks, few are sorry to see him go.
(Reuters) – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a law on Monday making it illegal to fly an unmanned drone aircraft after too many drinks, a spokesman said on the Republican’s last day in office. The law prohibits flying a drone with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent or...
Cross-posted with my blog, Jersey Jazzman. Allow me a few personal thoughts: Eight years ago, I started this blog in direct response to what I and many other teachers around the state perceived as a climate of teacher bashing brought...Read more
ON JANUARY 9th, less than a week before he was due to step down as New Jersey’s governor, Chris Christie delivered his eighth and final state of the state address, in which he boasted of his “consequential accomplishments” in office...