January 11, 2012 •
Bill to Ban Political Fundraising on Public Property Passes New Jersey Senate
On Monday a bill passed the New Jersey Senate that would prohibit political fundraising by any candidate on any public property in the state.
The legislation has gone to the Assembly and if it is passed, it would have to be signed by Governor Chris Christie.
You can find the story in the article “N.J. Senate passes bill banning political fundraising on all public property” by Christopher Baxter in the Star-Ledger.
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