A ruling that the new pension reform law is unconstitutional as applied to judges sparked a broadside this week by Gov. Chris Christie against the authoring judge — and judges at large.

Calling Judge Linda Feinberg “self-interested” and “elitist,” Christie vowed not only to appeal but also to seek a constitutional amendment to fine-tune the existing prohibition against reducing judges salaries while in office.

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