New Jersey's largest teacher's union put out a statement Friday saying Governor Christie was continuing a "long history of lying about pensions." Before you dismiss this as governor bashing, here's the backstory.
While he hasn't formally announced he's running for president, Governor Christie made a statement this week implying some major changes need to happen nationwide. According to him, Medicare and Social Security need serious reform, including a means test and a higher retirement age.
In this week's edition of Political Bytes, Statehouse correspondent Kevin McArdle and I discuss the controversy surrounding Senator Bob Menendez. We also look at the strained relationship between Governor Christie and State Senate President Steve Sweeney
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