Mayor Asks New Jersey Supreme Court Justices to Step Aside in Debt Case

Braun, Martin Z.
August 2001
Bond Buyer;8/22/2001, Vol. 337 Issue 31208, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the request of Mayor Steven Lonegan to disqualify the Supreme Court justices from hearing the debt case in Bogota, New Jersey. Constitutionality of the contract amount debt disapproved by the voters; Involvement of the justices in the case defending the sale of pension bonds; Prohibition of issuing the appropriation-backed debt.


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