Corzine News Brieflet #3
Tom Wilson, chairman of the New Jersey Republican Party said; "At a time like this, New Jersey deserves to have a full-time senator. He's already made it clear he no longer wants to be a U.S. senator. . . . He ought to step aside."
Bruce Larson, political science professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University was quoted as saying;” As long as Corzine makes high-profile votes, such as Supreme Court nominations and Social Security legislation, missing some Capitol Hill appearances shouldn't be much of an issue”
Corzine re-introduced legislation that would encourage states to impound the vehicles of drivers arrested for driving under the influence. The legislation is entitled “John’s Law” in reference to a New Jersey state law established after a drunk driver who had been arrested and released hit and killed Navy Ensign John Elliott in 2000.
As of today, Senator Corzine has not accomplished anything for the State of New Jersey.