08 Dec: Senate Passes Kenny Bill to Take ‘Acting’ Out of Governor’s Title

TRENTON – The Senate today approved a bill sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Bernard F. Kenny Jr. to remove “Acting” from the title of Acting Governor Richard J. Codey on official documents. The vote was 36-0 and it now goes to the Assembly.

“New Jersey didn’t get an actor when it got Dick Codey as Governor,” said Senator Kenny, D-Hudson. “I just think we should remove the “Acting” part of the title as an honor for a job well done.”