Gov. Christie was confronted by a group of angry protesters as he approached the NJ 101.5 studios earlier today on his way to the Ask the Governor program. The protesters are concerned about hydrogen sulfide emissions wafting from the Fenimore landfill into the nearby town of Roxbury, in Morris County, and say Christie isn't doing enough to help battle the problem.
Sunday, advocates gathered at the New Jersey statehouse to rally for the legalization of marijuana. Today, on Townsquare Media's Ask the Governor program, Gov. Chris Christie gave his perspective on the issue.
As recently as three weeks ago, Gov. Christie said he would support a longer school day and a longer school year for underperforming schools in New Jersey. A caller to Townsquare Media's Ask the Governor program Monday asked Christie how extending the work week would affect teachers.
Little known fact: New Jersey does not have its own state hot dog. (It does, however, have lots of other state symbols, including a state dance. And a state dirt – it's downer soil. Don't ask how we know that.)
On NJ 101.5's Ask the Governor program with Chris Christie Wednesday, host Eric Scott sprung a somewhat unexpected question on the governor, submitted by a listener: Could Christie, perhaps, "convince [Justin Bieber] to do a benefit concert for all those suffering after Sandy?"
Without traffic updates, commuting in Northern New Jersey to and from New York City – especially near the Lincoln Tunnel – would be a nightmare. But that's what could happen: A station applying to block out NJ 101.5 in North Jersey could take away your only Jersey-centric source for traffic updates on the radio.
Gov. Christie took heat this week for a frank radio interview he gave Monday, in which he called New York Daily News writer Manish Mehta a "dope" and an "idiot." Tonight on NJ 101.5's Ask the Governor program, Christie wasn't apologizing.
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