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N.J. Politics Roundup: Christies’s travels, snowstorm remarks, Atlantic City …

N.J. Politics Roundup: Christies’s travels, snowstorm remarks, Atlantic City …

N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP

A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie’s travels outward of New Jersey have no pointer over negligence down over a subsequent month.

CHRISTIE ON BLIZZARD WARNINGS

Christie pronounced a state took a suitable stairs and preparations heading adult to Monday’s snowstorm, even yet it fell brief of delivering the snowstorm some were predicting.

CHRISTIE’S 2016 CANDIDACY

Here is a demeanour during what a intensity Christie debate for boss in 2016 has going for it and going opposite it.

Meanwhile, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a intensity opposition for a White House, set adult his own sovereign fundraising committee.

MOODY’S ON ATLANTIC CITY PLAN

Wall Street ratings group Moody’s Investors Services pronounced Christie’s designation of an puncture government group in Atlantic City might harm not usually that city’s credit worthiness though all of a state’s financially strapped cities.

Meanwhile, a second Wall Street ratings agency, Standard Poor’s Ratings Services, dropping Atlantic City’s debt to junk bond status.

CHRISTIE TO MEET ISRAELI PRESIDENT

Christie will accommodate with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin on Thursday.

MENENDEZ DELAYS IRAN SANCTIONS

U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), who has been during contingency with President Obama over Iran, concluded to a two-month check before ancillary a check he is co-sponsoring to levy new sanctions opposite a country.

The Star-Ledger’s editorial house writes that Menendez stepped behind from his quarrel with Obama.

IN OTHER NEWS …

• A check fast advancing in a state Legislature would concede drivers in New Jersey to benefaction military or judges with explanation of word around their smartphones and other electronic inclination instead of a paper copy.

• The U.S. Interior Department due opening partial of a Atlantic seashore to oil and gas drilling, a pierce that immediately drew critique from Menendez, U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), and other members of New Jersey’s congressional delegation.

• U.S. Rep. Scott Garrett (R-5th Dist.) and 8 of his House Republican colleagues strictly have shaped the new regressive House Freedom Caucus.

• The families severe a state process that will dig their infirm desired ones from out-of-state comforts have won another legislative feat after a state Senate row authorized a check that would grandfather a many medically frail from carrying to leave a homes they’ve had.

• The state Supreme Court ruled that underneath a state’s Spill Act, someone cleaning adult environmental decay can go after anyone obliged for a wickedness to compensate a check during any time, but carrying to worry about a government of limitations.

NJ Advance Media staff writers Matt Arco, Christopher Baxter, Matt Friedman, Susan K. Livio, Samantha Marcus, Jonathan D. Salant, and Ted Sherman contributed to this report.

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Brent Johnson might be reached during bjohnson@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @johnsb01. Find NJ.com Politics on Facebook.

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