Gov. Chris Christie will be joining us for another Ask the Governor program on Monday, April 21. In his March 26 appearance the governor addressed several topics including the ongoing Bridgegate scandal and the investigative report released later that week.
Gov. Christie again addressed the ongoing Bridgegate scandal Feb. 26, saying he was too busy running the state to "give in to the hysteria of questions that are given from folks that have information today that I didn’t have earlier.”
In his Feb. 3 appearance on Ask the Governor, Chris Christie was asked about topics ranging from Bridgegate to tenant laws to concerns about casinos in Atlantic City and how New Jersey was treated during the Super Bowl.
In his Dec. 23 appearance on Ask the Governor, Chris Christie was asked about topics ranging from Bridgegate to the prospects for a state tax cut in 2014. The governor also talked a little bit about his family's Christmas traditions and plans.
Topics on the November edition of Ask The Governor include the possibility of a tax cut, challenging candidates who ran on a platform of "working with the governor," Obamacare, and the role Chris Christie's children have in his political plans
Drug and alcohol abuse is epidemic among teens in New Jersey. From prescription pills, to marijuana, to heroin and cocaine, the cycle of addiction is tough to break. For any parent who has been confronted with addiction, it's often difficult to know where to turn for help
The August edition of Ask The Governor found Gov. Chris Christie talking about how ready New Jersey is for the next big storm, a court ruling about texting, the continuing controversy over red light cameras and Light Up New Jersey, Townsquare Media New Jersey's commemoration of the first anniversary of Superstorm Sandy.
The July edition of Ask The Governor touched on Gov. Chris Christie's new "war of words" with U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, an update on Sandy relief, Richie Sambora getting back with Bon Jovi and problems taxpayer refunds.
The June edition of Ask The Governor touched on Gov. Chris Christie's reaction to the United States Supreme Court's rulings on gay marriage, a new $780 million federal grant program that begins in July to assist with Sandy relief and what goes into the decision to fly flags at half-staff.
In the May edition of Ask The Governor, Chris Christie was asked about the problems of new Rutgers University Athletic Director Julie Hermann, President Obama's return visit to The Shore, buyouts of Sandy-damaged properties by the DEP and his encounter with MTV's Snooki.
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