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NJ Politics Roundup: Christie’s mercantile troubles, Condoleezza Rice during Rutgers … – The Star

NJ Politics Roundup: Christie’s mercantile troubles, Condoleezza Rice during Rutgers … – The Star

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N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP

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

TRENTON — Could New Jersey’s economy be Gov. Chris Christie’s biggest roadblock to apropos president?

A Star-Ledger research of sovereign information shows New Jersey’s mercantile expansion has been among a slowest in a republic since Christie took office.

Should Chris Christie censure a sovereign supervision for N.J.’s $800M bill gap?

POLL: SHOULD CHRISTIE BLAME FEDS?

Should Christie censure a sovereign supervision for a $807 million shortfall in a state budget?

RICE PULLS OUT OF RUTGERS SPEECH

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice pulled out of giving Rutgers University’s derivation debate amid flourishing opposition.

Here is a demeanour during how it fell apart.

OBAMA JOKES ABOUT CHRISTIE

Even President Obama burst a fun about a George Washington Bridge liaison confronting Christie at a annual White House correspondents’ dinner.

SAMSON WON’T COOPERATE WITH BRIDGE SCANDAL PABEL

Attorneys for former Port Authority Chairman David Samson pronounced he would no longer concur with a state legislative cabinet questioning the overpass controversy.

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THE AUDITOR: CONSTABLE FOR PROSECUTOR?

A demeanour during how Richard Constable apparently was being to become Essex County Prosecutor, and more.

FROM THE WEEKEND …

• Christie urged doctors collected during a discussion to be some-more clever about prescribing drugs and to attend in a state’s monitoring program.

• Christie’s use of state helicopters was adult final year, according to a news by Bloomberg News.

• People who have mislaid their pursuit and compensate high premiums to say their word coverage should cruise selling for a cheaper devise by a sovereign health exchange, President Obama’s administration announced.

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Star-Ledger staff writers Matt Friedman, Kelly Heyboer, Susan K. Livio, Salvador Rizzo, and Ted Sherman, and NJ.com reporters Darryl Isherwood and Alex Napoliello contributed to this report.

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