Hutchison is the Research Director of the NJ Senate Republican Office.
He was appointed by Senate President Donald T. DiFrancesco in 1995.
As Senate Environment Committee aide, Mr. Hutchison assisted Republican
Senators with the enactment of legislation to revise the state's
hazardous site cleanup laws, the 1995 "Green Acres" bond
act, and the 1998 "Garden State Preservation Trust Act."
As aide to the Senate State Government Committee, Mr. Hutchison
advised Republican Senators on the provisions of the amendments
to the "Open Public Records Law" enacted in 2001. Prior
to his service in the Senate Republican Office, Mr. Hutchison was
employed as a Research Associate in the Office of Legislative Services,
where he drafted legislation on environmental protection, coastal
protection, agriculture, and transportation issues.
Mr. Hutchison graduated from St. Bonaventure University with a Bachelor's
degree in History. He received his Master's degree in History from