Christie: It's time to cut red tape
Gov. Chris Christie's red tape review board has released its recommendations on how to save the state money, but a Kane In Your Corner investigation finds not every suggestion is a hit. For the last 70 years, one law has banned putting milk on sale in the Garden State. The law dates back to when New Jersey was a major farming state and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno says the outdated law is hurting consumers. The board also wants to eliminate a law that requires all tires have the date it was made stamped on the inside. Some say it is an important protection to make sure a tire hasn't been sitting in a warehouse for years. The liuetenant governor says drivers can still figure out when a tire was made by knowing the make and model of the tire.