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Photos by Brian Rose.  Used with permission of Short Ford/Johnson Jones, Joint Ventrue Architects

3. Senate Conference Room

Senate Chamber

 
Senators from the same political party meet in this room around the conference table to hold party caucuses: meetings to discuss their legislative agenda and party policies. The room originally housed the New Jersey Supreme Court until the judicial branch of government moved to the adjacent Annex building in 1931. Five judges once sat before a high bench in a curved apse (far end) and heard arguments. They deliberated in chambers once located through the two arched doors, left and right. A stained glass skylight still includes symbols of the rule of law.

 

 

 
   

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