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Plowing snow in Monmouth County
Plowing snow in Monmouth County (Shore Area News Dispatch)
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Winter May Be $500M Hit to NJ Economy [AUDIO]

This winter's relentless string of storms may be sticking New Jersey's economy with a half billion dollar tab, according to the head of the state's Department of Transportation.

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US Law Blocks Aid as Road Salt Runs Out in NJ

As winter ice puts lives at risk on New Jersey roads, Townsquare Media has learned that a 1920 federal maritime law stranded a shipment of road salt at a Maine seaport while urgent requests for a waiver were denied by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

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Exclusive: DOT Chief on the Salt Shortage

Jim Simpson, commissioner of New Jersey's Department of Transportation said today's snow and ice storm presents "worse" problems for the state than the post-Christmas storm of 2010, in part because this unusually severe winter is forcing some tough choices in deployment of limited road salt supplies.

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie talks to the media after casting his ballot in the 2013 election at the Mendham Fire Department (Photo by Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
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Editor Regrets Star-Ledger’s Christie Endorsement

The editorial page editor of the Star-Ledger blogged Sunday that the newspaper's endorsement of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for re-election last November was "a mistake" that drew taunts from his "liberal friends."

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Chris Christie, in Live Interview, Talks Bridgegate

Gov. Chris Christie, addressing the Bridgegate scandal in a live radio interview Monday night, said he wants the people of New Jersey to know, "I had nothing to do with this" and "I'm going to fix it." He also took a swipe at critics he said were engaging in "a game of gotcha."

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Mayor Dawn Zimmer (L) of Hoboken chats with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) prior to a joint press conference on November 4, 2012 in Hoboken,
Mayor Dawn Zimmer (L) of Hoboken chats with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) prior to a joint press conference on November 4, 2012 in Hoboken (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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Once Friendly, Hoboken Mayor and Christie Camp Trade Charges

Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer's weekend switch from Chris Christie booster to Christie accuser has drawn a sharply worded counter-attack from the governor's office. She says his office withheld Sandy aid to extort support for a development project.

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A 1983 article from the campus newspaper at the University of Delaware quotes future New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in a story about bridge.
A 1983 article from the campus newspaper at the University of Delaware quotes future New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in a story about bridge.
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Young Chris Christie and This Other Bridge

A 1983 story about fledgling politician Chris Christie has surfaced as what Slate calls "the most ironic student newspaper story of 2014."

Headlined "Bridge to be open for graduation," the yellowed news

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie delivers the State of the State Address in the Assembly Chambers at the Statehouse
Gov. Chris Christie delivers the State of the State Address in the Assembly Chambers at the Statehouse (Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
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Christie’s State of the State Text: Bridgegate and Beyond

Gov. Chris Christie Tuesday delivered a 2014 State of the State speech crafted to quickly address and just as quickly move past Bridgegate. He used the word "momentum" to describe his call for the bipartisan cooperation he will need to get the legislature's Democratic majority to act on his agenda, even as it presses the investigation that could bring it to a halt.

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Assemblyman John S. Wisniewski
Assemblyman John S. Wisniewski asks questions during transportation committee hearing about Bridgegate (NJTV)
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NJ Assembly Amps Up Bridgegate Investigation

The State Assembly's Democratic leadership Monday moved to create a new Bridgegate "super investigative committee,"  armed subpoena power and a special counsel and chaired by Deputy Speaker John Wisniewski.

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Assemblyman John S. Wisniewski asks questions during transportation committee hearing about Bridgegate (NJTV)
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Bridgegate Papers Show Official Conflict and Anger

Confusion, distrust, anger and apparent stonewalling marked internal communications between New Jersey Port Authority officials, their New York counterparts and PA and Fort Lee police as surprise lane closings disrupted traffic at the George Washington Bridge Sept. 9 through Sept. 13 of last year.

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