New Poll Shows Support For Christie At All-Time LowA new poll released Thursday showed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s support at an all-time low since he returned his focus from the White House to the state.
Commissioner: N.J. Transportation Trust Fund Could Go Broke This SummerActing New Jersey Transportation Commissioner Richard Hammer said Wednesday that the fund for road and bridge work may go broke this summer.
Boomer & Carton: NJ Gov. Christie Calls In, Because He's A FanNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is a regular listener to the wildly popular Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza and an avid Mets fan, so when he called in Monday morning it wasn't too much of a surprise.
Christie Aide Who Testified In Bridgegate Hearings ResignsThe top aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, whose text messages became an issue during legislative hearings on the Bridgegate scandal, is stepping down.
Christie Says He Thinks Trump 'Misspoke' In Remark About Women Being Punished For AbortionsNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday that he thought Trump “misspoke” when he said there should be “some form of punishment” for women who get abortions.
Christie Backs Referendum To Expand Gambling To North JerseyNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is backing a referendum on expanding gambling beyond Atlantic City.
New Jersey Lawmakers Approve $10 Million For Lead Control FundNew Jersey state lawmakers on Monday approved legislation requiring the state to put $10 million into a dormant lead control fund.
6 New Jersey Newspapers Call On Chris Christie To Resign In Op-EdSix New Jersey newspapers are calling on Gov. Chris Christie to resign.
New Jersey Bill Would Raise Smoking Age To 21Lawmakers are again considering a bill to raise the smoking age from 19 to 21 in New Jersey.
Christie Campaign Sells Email List Of Supporters, Donors To Rubio, Report SaysReports say Christie’s suspended presidential campaign sold its email list of supporters and donors to the Rubio campaign.
Bill Amounts To More Than $10 Million For Bridgegate InvestigationNew Jersey taxpayers have coughed up a pretty penny for legal services for Gov. Chris Christie’s administration in the Bridgegate scandal.
Christie Proposes Budget With No New Taxes, Increased Public Pension FundingGov. Chris Christie, back in New Jersey after ending his Republican presidential bid, proposed a $34.8 billion budget to the Democrat-led Legislature on Tuesday in his second-to-last budget address.

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