New Jersey: Gov. Christie to review proposed changes to N.J. school-choice bill
The fate of a school-choice bill backed by Gov. Chris Christie was in flux Tuesday after a sponsor announced significant changes in hopes of winning quick legislative approval.
The Republican governor — who has called the bill a first step that could “lead to school vouchers across the state of New Jersey” — said he will review the proposed changes. He also warned lawmakers not to “gut the purpose of the program” just to attract enough votes.