Governor McGreevey conducts business behind closed doors

Governor Jim McGreevey (D-NJ) spent the day behind closed doors at the Statehouse Thursday. McGreevey's aides say he held a breakfast meeting and also worked on the possibility of holding a constitutional convention to address property taxes.New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey attended the meeting. Harvey said the governor's mood was upbeat. But when asked about the governor's current situation, Harvey had nothing to say.However, members of the New Jersey Legislative Black Caucus had a lot to say. At a news conference, the members complained that up until now, no one has even asked their opinion on the governor. They say they want a seat at the political table during the transition between gubernatorial administrations.In the meantime, the governor's aides insist he will eventually resume his public appearances. They just don't know when that will happen.

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