The biggest regret for New Jersey’s former governors is their inability to fundamentally improve the quality of urban education during their time in office, despite spending more money per student than any other state.
Republicans’ decision to boycott a planned committee vote of President Obama’s nominee to head the Environmental Protection Agency made them look like “sore losers,” said Christine Todd Whitman, EPA administrator under President George W. Bush.
By Philip Sean Curran
May 2, 2013
Former Gov. Christie Whitman told Princeton area business leaders Thursday it is important that more Americans participate in government, even saying she had no objections to requiring people to vote or get fined.