Senator Kevin O’Toole (R- Essex), a member of the Judiciary Committee, issued the following statement regarding the unprecedented rejection of the nomination of Frederic Knapp for Morris County prosecutor:
Today’s actions by Senate Democrats, suspending Senate rules to reject a perfectly well-qualified nominee without any debate and without so much as a hearing, are to be expected from a third-world dictatorship, not the New Jersey Senate. Their actions are an affront to the state constitution and the oath which we have all sworn to uphold.
Christie no longer ‘Today’ show cohost Gov. Chris Christie is no longer scheduled to co-host an hour of the TODAY show, rather the incumbent governor seeking re-election in the fall will sit down “for an extended interview,” according to the program’s spokeswoman. New Jersey’s governor was originally slated to...
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