TRENTON – At a Statehouse news conference tomorrow, August 2nd, Senator Ellen Karcher will announce new legislation to ban the use of Senatorial Courtesy, another step in her leading role to reform state government and bring greater accountability and transparency to conducting the people’s business.
Senator Karcher’s news conference will begin at 11 a.m. in Statehouse Room 103, across from the Senate Chambers.
The Senator will be joined by former Senators Bill Schluter, R-Mercer, and Gordon MacInnes, D-Morris. Senator Schluter is currently serving as co-Chair of the Citizens for the Public Good, an advocacy group that has supported banning Senatorial Courtesy, and Senator MacInnes serves on the group’s Board of Directors.
WHO: Senator Ellen Karcher, former Senators Bill Schluter and Gordon MacInnes
WHAT: News Conference to announce legislation banning Senatorial Courtesy
WHEN: Thursday, August 2, 2007, 11 A.M.
WHERE: Statehouse Room 103, across from the Senate Chambers