Thursday, June 19
(Trenton, NJ) -- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has a lawsuit on his hands. The Public Employees' Retirement System that oversees the state's largest public employee pension fund has voted six to nothing to sue the Republican leader over his plans to cut more than two-billion-dollars from the state pension system over two years. Thousands of letters have been pouring in from public workers since Christie's budget-fixing plan was announced. The board says it is hiring private attorneys.