Business and Consumers

Governor Chris Christie's Voting Records

Office: Governor (NJ), Republican
Issue Category

Business and Consumers Key Votes

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Executive Actions

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
5/11/15 A 939 Amends Tax Expenditure Report Vetoed - Executive
2/05/15 S 1811 Requires Made in the United States Materials for Public Works Vetoed - Executive
2/05/15 A 3840 Prohibits Certain Religious Organizations from Engaging in Certain Practices Involving Cemeteries Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
11/13/14 A 2619 Relating to Cemetary Fees Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
11/13/14 A 2388 Relating to Bids for State Construction Work Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
11/13/14 A 617 Prohibits Certain Advertisments Sent by Text Message Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
11/13/14 A 1396 Relating to the "Reader Privacy Act" Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
11/13/14 A 625 Prohibits Certain Unsolicited Checks Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
9/11/14 A 3213 Establishes Economic Growth and Development Programs Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
9/11/14 A 1907 Relating to Non-Residential Construction Fees Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
8/11/14 S 770 Requires Certain Conditions for Public Service Privatization Contracts Vetoed - Executive
7/11/14 A 3484 Establishes Certain Corporate Business Taxes Vetoed - Executive
5/12/14 S 837 Amends the Procedures for Special Events Held on a Winery Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
8/19/13 S 2723 Amends Firearms Identification Card Requirements Vetoed - Executive
Conditional Veto
1/31/13 S 581 Establishes Tax Credits for Investors in Small Business Technology Signed - Executive

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