New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie last week proposed ethics reform measures that would require legislators to file the same financial disclosure statements submitted by the executive branch and also ban dual office holdings at all levels of government.

The Republican governor’s initiatives include mandating legislative members and their senior staff disclose financial information, and raising the maximum income and asset disclosure rate to $50 million from $500,000.

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