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Sources: No override vote today

Compromise reached on dark-money bill

By David Wildstein, June 10 2019 9:16 am

There will be no vote today to override Gov. Phil Murphy on his veto of legislation that would require non-profit political organizations to reveal their donors, the New Jersey Globe has learned.

While nothing is official in Trenton until a formal announcement is made, Murphy and legislative leaders have worked out a compromise that averts the first override vote in more than two decades. The governor has reportedly agreed to sign a new bill that is nearly identical to the one he vetoed last month.

“Details will be forthcoming this morning, but I am appreciative of the governor and the legislative leadership’s desire and work Andrew (Zwicker) and I to get a resolution,” State Sen. Troy Singleton (D-Delran) said.

One legislator told the Globe that negotiators “are still working through if we pass something today.”

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