BY BOB HOLT
Gov. Christie is still trying to fix New Jersey’s ailing pension and health care programs, and is taking his ideas to town hall meetings.
Shortly after his town hall meeting in Kenilworth began on Tuesday, it began to look familiar. Perhaps you’ve heard this one before.
Christie wants teachers to agree to benefit changes as part of his plan. It hasn’t always gone smoothly between the governor and the teachers.
According to an Associated Press report on ABC News, 27-year teacher Kathy Mooney questioned Christie about the settlement New Jersey came to with Exxon Mobil for past environmental damage. Mooney said the state could have gotten more money from Exxon.