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Governor Christie: And they say I'm impatient

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Uploaded on Oct 27, 2010

Governor Christie urges the New Jersey Legislature to act on his reform proposals during a town hall meeting at Monmouth Junction, New Jersey. October 26, 2010 (Transcript Below).

Governor Christie: There are things that the Legislature has been considering, before yesterday, and they're off for two weeks. They're on vacation. I'm not. They are. They'll be back November 8th to begin working on things like S-1643 which requires all cats and dogs released from shelters and pounds to be sterilized with certain exceptions and establishes penalties for noncompliance. That got a hearing, while pension and benefit reform did not. How to destroy tobacco contraband. It establishes a procedure for destroying certain contraband tobacco products and cigarettes. So we considered that bill, how to destroy contraband tobacco. We have S-2215 which requires dentists to notify patients before providing dental prostheses that are manufactured outside the United States. Because if you're getting some foreign dentures, you need to know. They also by the way have done things, it's true, like making alarm businesses and their licensees maintain a business office in the state. They set certain penalties for lockpicking because I'm sure everyone has read in the newspapers about an epidemic of lockpicking going on in New Jersey. The Legislature has sprung to action on lockpicking. Seventy percent increase in property taxes over the last ten years can wait. That lockpicking thing though, we're going to get on that baby right away. And they say that I'm impatient, because they haven't acted yet I'm impatient. I plead guilty to impatience and I think that you plead guilty to impatience too. I think you plead guilty to it

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