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The latest US business and financial news as well as issues and events Sample Christie, who is widely admired among Republican circles for his fiscal conservatism, sharp spending cuts and strong language against unions, is reportedly reconsidering
GOP debate in Orlando, Governor Rick Perry managed to insult millions of good American people (most of whom are blessed with hearts) who sincerely believe that illegals are a serious threat to this nation's homeland security, sovereignty, and above
Was it just coincidence that of all the ways "Good Morning America" could have reported that Republicans are urging Chris Christie to get into the presidential race, the ABC show today spoke--twice--of Christie being "heavily" urged to run? Throw in
N.J. (AP) — Nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis gave up on his race for New Jersey state Senate on Friday, a day after a federal appeals panel removed him from the ballot because he didn't meet a four-year residency requirement.
Sep 22, 2011 The presidential race and teachers' tenure reforms were the main topics for Gov. Chris Christie and Gov. Mitch Daniels, who have both been in the national spotlight as potential presidential candidates, during a question-and-answer
State House Bureau A state senator who blasted the state's decision to award a film tax credit to Jersey Shore pushed a bill to expand the program through a legislative committee today. State Sen. Paul Sarlo (D-Bergen) is a sponsor of a bill that
Gov. Chris Christie took his newest battle with state lawmakers today to the hometown of Democratic Party Chairman Assemblyman John Wisniewski. Christie has picked a new piece of his agenda to chastise lawmakers for not passing after his last round
A frustrated City native continues to fight a severe medical condition whose symptoms are extinguished by a natural, yet controversial, drug which he may not be able to possess legally until 2012. Unfortunately for 23-year-old Tim DaGiau, an
Gov. Chris Christie spent some of his first days in office in January 2010 signing a series of executive orders designed to cut government red tape, and Senate Democrats on Monday said it is time to reconsider proposed waivers of environmental rules.
That's the advance warning state Sen. Loretta Weinberg wants New Jersey governors to give when planning any out-of-state travels. On the heels of numerous trips by Governor Christie, which have come to light through leaked recordings and limited