GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP - Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) continued his traveling pitch at a town hall meeting today in Gloucester Township.

The governor said without changes, the state's pension system will collapse. Today, Christie laid out a plan to fix the system. He focused on pension and health care reforms for all of the state's public employees.

The plan includes rolling back a planned pension increase and forcing employees to pay a portion of their benefit premiums.

The governor will continue his town-hall meeting tour tomorrow, where he will be speaking in Edison.