Christie touts bipartisan tenure reform bill, but still hasn’t signed

A week after New Jersey’s tenure reform bill was sent to Gov. Christie, questions still remain as to when it will be signed and what additions the governor will have.

NJ Spotlight’s John Mooney reports the governor’s office has been quiet on what will happen next with the bill that unanimously passed both the Senate and the Assembly at the end of last month.

While Christie’s staff has said the governor is reviewing it, NJ Spotlight reports few doubt he’ll sign it, especially since Christie himself has been touting the bill as a model of bipartisanship.

You can read the rest of John Mooney’s story on the NJ Spotlight website.

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