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.
The April edition of Ask The Governor touched on Gov. Chris Christie's proposed tax cut, security issues arising from the Boston Marathon bombing, the possibility of rehiring Tim Pernetti as Rutgers Athletic Director and some Jersey Shore musical memories.
In the March edition of Ask the Governor, Chris Christie discussed the use of eminent domain in the fight over dunes and easements, progress in repairing boardwalks and how Congress' delay in approving relief funds is slowing overall progress.
The January edition of Ask The Governor touched on a number of subjects including Sandy relief, how fast the Monmouth and Ocean county shores will be ready for summer and Chris Christie's role in shaping the future of the national Republican party.
Ok, I'll admit it. I'm putting up an artificial Christmas Tree. I strongly considered getting a "real" tree this year, but after doing some yard work last weekend, I remembered why I switched in the first place.
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