Assembly Set to Override Gov. Phil Murphy’s ‘Dark Money’ Bill Veto

Carl Golden, senior contributing analyst with the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University, discusses how Gov. Phil Murphy is faced with settling on the least damaging option rather than the most beneficial one when deciding which action to take with the proposed NJ budget for 2020.

The Assembly on Monday is set to override Governor Phil Murphy’s conditional veto of the so-called ‘Dark Money’ bill.

Murphy last month nixed the legislation, which strengthens disclosure requirements for groups involved in campaigns and elections.

Now the votes are there in the assembly for the override, sources told InsiderNJ on Friday morning.

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