Gov. Chris Christie signed an executive order last week that delays disclosure of financial documents. The Star-Ledger reports that Christie’s 24th executive order will push back a deadline from May to August for when financial documents need to be disclosed by some members of the government. The report says that some new names, like the lieutenant governor were added to the list, but things like the size of homes owned do not need to be included. Some of the changes that Christie made are very similar to the actions he criticized during his campaign victory last year.