The tension between the governor and the New Jersey Supreme Court reached a fever pitch in 2013. Before the ink even dried on the court’s decision in In re Plan for the Abolition of the Council on Affordable Housing, No. 070426 (N.J. July 10, 2013),Gov. Christie excoriated the chief justice for his “activist opinion,” which the governor charged “arrogantly bolsters another of the failures he and his colleagues have foisted on New Jersey taxpayers.” The governor also proclaimed that the chief justice’s opinion “steels my determination to fight to bring common sense back to New Jersey’s judiciary.”
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