HOWELL, N.J. - Gov. Christie kicked off a new round of town-hall meetings Wednesday by urging the Legislature to pass the ethics-overhaul package he proposed two years ago.
Christie discussed his policy priorities and took questions in a packed gym during a meeting that lasted more than 90 minutes in this Monmouth County township.
The ethics changes include prohibiting public employees from holding multiple jobs.
The Republican governor cited North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco, who also is a Democratic state senator and assistant superintendent of schools.
"Where does he find the time?" Christie asked, adding that the mayor was one of many people statewide who had more than one public job.