A letter written by Governor-Elect Murphy to Gov. Christie asks the latter not to spend any unnecessary state money and stress New Jersey's budget — 1 of 14 requests. But the letter was not received well by the outgoing governor.
Commuter Sue Kapuscinski said there's always a buzz of activity at the terminal in Times Square but "as soon as you see cops walking down stairs all of a sudden you're like 'okay, something real is going on. This isn't just a subway breakdown someplace."
Commission chairman Tom Healey says the pension deficit has grown from $80B to $90B over the last three years, despite larger contributions and committing 30 years of proceeds from the state lottery toward the pension payments.
Gov.-elect Phil Murphy hasn't backed down on legalizing marijuana in New Jersey, telling reporters on Tuesday that he isn't concerned that fellow Democratic leaders in the Legislature will derail his agenda.