Bramnick on ABC’s ‘Up Close’ with Bill Ritter

WABC- Ch. 7 – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is off and running in his bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, after announcing his candidacy last week at his old high school in Livingston. He is hoping despite his anemic poll numbers to ride his blunt-talking style from Trenton to the White House. Joining …

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November North Jersey casino referendum unlikely

Atlantic City Press – Assemblyman Ralph Caputo, chair of the Assembly Tourism, Gaming and the Arts Committee, said Friday it’s unlikely the Legislature will approve a November referendum authorizing gambling outside Atlantic City. The Assembly and state Senate must vote to authorize the referendum by Aug. 3. New Jersey’s constitution has limited gambling to Atlantic …

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Bramnick Statement for Independence Day

Assembly Republican Press Release – Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick, R-Union, Morris and Somerset, issued the following statement as the United States prepares to celebrate Independence Day: “July 4th is a day that represents freedom and independence. America continues to provide hope for people around the world. Let’s continue to be the world’s leader for …

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Bramnick on requirement that has kiddie pool owners in deep water

Source: NJ 101.5 – Anyone in New Jersey who is planning to buy an easily constructed or inflatable pool for their Fourth of July barbecue should know it is more than likely that at least one permit is required. There are also security regulations that could apply. One state lawmaker is now urging box stores …

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As U.S. Embassy Prepares to Open in Cuba, Rible Calls for the Return of Convicted Cop-Killer Joanne Chesimard

Source: Assembly Republican Press Release – On the day Cuba and U.S. officials announced a deal to open an American Embassy in the island nation as early as this month, Assembly Republican Conference Leader Dave Rible today renewed calls for the immediate extradition of convicted murderer Joanne Chesimard back to New Jersey. “We have waited …

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Mũnoz joins Lance in fight against breast cancer

Source: TapInto New Providence – Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ07) held a round table session last week at the Susan G. Komen North Jersey’s headquarters in Summit to discuss the state of the fight against breast cancer and his work in Washington to combat the disease. “I am very thankful to Komen for hosting the forum,” …

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Rodriguez-Gregg juvenile justice bill moves to Governor’s desk

Source: Excerpted from the Burlington County Times – Legislation [proposing changes to the juvenile justice system sponsored by Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg] was sent to Gov. Chris Christie’s desk Monday, along with over a dozen other bills that received final legislative approval. “These are sensible reforms that will shape the system so that it treats juveniles …

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Handlin speaks about OPRA law for Port Authority

Star Ledger – Bi-state legislation subjecting the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to the public records laws of both states has been signed by Gov. Chris Christie, making it the first Port Authority reform legislation to take effect following the George Washington Bridge Lane closure scandal. “Hopefully, it’s the first in a …

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Bramnick talks about Chris Christie

NJ Spotlight – If Gov. Chris Christie is going to win the Republican nomination for president, he’s going to have to do it the hard way. Unpopular at home as the state economy has sputtered, Christie also faces fund-raising challenges and a leery national GOP. Yet Christie, a second-term Republican, made the case in a …

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Handlin-Sponsored Port Authority Transparency Bill Signed Into Law

S-2183 Subjects Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to New York’s Freedom of Information Law and New Jersey’s Open Public Records Act Source: Assembly Republican Press Release – Legislation sponsored by Deputy Assembly Republican Leader Amy Handlin subjecting the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to each state’s Freedom on Information …

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