A new bill changing the laws on affordable housing that got out of an Assembly panel is already dead on arrival. Gov. Chris Christie promised to veto the bill that advanced on Monday. Christie pledged to veto the bill based on the phasing in of a 2.5 percent fee on commercial development. A different bill creating the same reforms, passed through the Senate earlier this year and has the support of Gov. Chris Christie. The Assembly bill would make 10 percent of all new development affordable.