From The Newsroom – 12/20/11
The news cycle is winding down, but Governor Christie was in our studios for “Ask The Governor” last night, where he had plenty to say.
- David Matthau recaps Governor Christie’s appearance on the broadcast, where rumors of a Vice Presidential run were discussed.
- Senator Bob Menendez looks to protect Jersey consumers from hidden fees on prepaid cards.
- Kevin McArdle explains how one group is raising awareness against youngster’s gambling during this holiday season.
- The squabbling in Washington continues, and Jason Allentoff reports on what all this means for New Jerseyans.
- Officials may be close to a deal to save Monmouth Park for the time being.
- The NJ Department of Consumer of Affairs warns against holiday charity scams.
If you missed “Ask The Governor,” there is a full video and audio replay available on-demand.
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50% of responders to Monday’s poll say that the holiday’s are stressing them out.
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