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NJ Politics Roundup: Christie’s credit rating downgrades, new college tobacco … – The Star

NJ Politics Roundup: Christie’s credit rating downgrades, new college tobacco … – The Star

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N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP

A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey

TRENTON — A news published Thursday pronounced Gov. Chris Christie is one brief of a record for a series of credit rating downgrades for a New Jersey governor.

OUTDOOR TOBACCO BAN AT COLLEGES?

A state Assembly cabinet modernized a check that would anathema a use of all tobacco products in outdoor areas of college campuses.

COLLEGE SEXUAL ASSAULT MEASURE

An Assembly row modernized a check that would excellent aloft preparation institutions if they destroy to “appropriately” respond to or examine allegations of passionate assault, or to fortify a perpetrator if a charges are substantiated.

PRISONER VOTING BILL

Prisoners portion their sentences as good as parolees and probationers would be authorised to opinion in New Jersey underneath a new bill, though usually if they had served in a military.

U.S. SPLIT ON POT, OPPOSED TO ONLINE GAMBLING, POLL SHOWS

A new check shows Americans are separate over either pot should be ratified for recreational use though against to online gambling.

IN OTHER NEWS …

• A new nonprofit business organisation has been combined to plea a taxation on electronic cigarettes Christie has proposed.

• The state bar organisation and bar associations in all 21 counties have upheld resolutions job for a reappointment of state Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner.

• Christie threw his support behind a secretly saved module that offers New Jersey inmates a possibility to take college classes for free.

• A organisation of Democratic lawmakers from New Jersey and New York banded together to intent to a offer to use $1 billion or some-more in Hurricane Sandy service assist for a inhabitant resiliency contest.

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Star-Ledger staff writers Matt Friedman, Susan K. Livio, Erin O’Neill, and Salvador Rizzo, and NJ.com contributor Darryl Isherwood and a Associated Press contributed to this report.

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