Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle had the following published on on www.newjerseynewsroom.com:
“At a recent town hall meeting Gov. Chris Christie accused the Legislature of being on “vacation” and not coming back to Trenton until Nov. 8, a comment that I found to be offensive and ill-informed.
“When my colleagues and I are not in Trenton working to find realistic solutions to the issues facing New Jersey residents, we’re in our district offices speaking with families, elderly residents and unemployed workers who are worried about their futures. By implying that our constituent discussions amount to a vacation, rather than a critical part of the legislative process, it’s clear that Gov. Christie has little understanding of state government and even less consideration for the valuable input of the voters who elect legislators to represent them…”
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