Senate President Steve Sweeney said he will call the legislature into session later this month for a second shot at overriding Gov. Christie’s veto of SB 2360. The bill requires notifying local police whenever someone with documented mental illness seeks to expunge that record before applying for a gun permit.
New rules are being considered for any company that has a cut of the more than $6 billion in tax breaks to move or stay in New Jersey. Businesses would be barred from making campaign contributions to any politician in the state, the idea being to eliminate even the appearance of impropriety.
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