TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that he will act at some point on the remaining pieces of gun-control legislation.
Without divulging how soon he will act, Christie said in response that he has never allowed a bill to become law without acting directly on it.
He signed a package of 10 firearms-related bills last week, but left untouched a couple of the more controversial ones, including a sweeping remake of the firearms permitting process that would have information embedded in driver’s licenses.
In other topics touched on at a press conference today, Christie said he had no response in regards to anything indicted Trenton Mayor Tony Mack had to say about requesting the state provide more police protection for city residents.