Bullying the Bench: Gov. Christie's Attack on New Jersey's Courts

In an unprecedented move to reshape the NJ Supreme Court, Gov. Christie has refused the reappointments of two sitting justices, making him the only governor in NJ history to do so. Following the Court's Oct. 2013 decision that was instrumental in providing the freedom for same-sex couples to marry in NJ, he roundly criticized the ruling and disagreed with the Court.

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Bullying the Bench: Gov. Christie's Attack on New Jersey's Courts