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Chris Christie Blasts NJEA For $11.3 Million In Lobbying Spending

Lobbyist spending soared to a record $73 million in 2011 according to Jeff Brindle, Executive Director of the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC). The largest spender was New Jersey Education Association (NJEA).

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NJEA Fuels Record Lobbying Year In 2011, $11.3 Million

Lobbyist spending soared to a record $73 million in 2011 according to Jeff Brindle, Executive Director of the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC).

The largest spender was New Jersey Education Association (NJEA). Most of its $11.3 million spending went to communications. The union, which represents 195,501 active and retired school employees in New Jersey, spent $6.6 million in 2010 on communications. NJEA’s total and communications spending both are new records for annual lobbying outlays by one group.

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Chris Christie’s Education Reforms Get Big Backing In New Poll [AUDIO]

Even since before taking office and definitely since he's been Governor, Chris Christie's favorite punching bag has been the New Jersey Education Association although he is quick to praise good teachers.

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NJ State Aid Flat, Education Funding Up In Christie’s Proposed Budget [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie's proposed $32.1 billion budget keeps state aid at last year's levels but increases aid to public schools and colleges.

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Governor Christie vs. The NJEA
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Governor Christie vs. The NJEA – A Lighter Look

Mark from Barnegat sent it this creative photo.  Now it's time for you to be creative!

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Governor Christie at Westfield Town Meeting
Governor Christie at Westfield Town Meeting (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJEA Executive Calls on Gov. Christie to Resign

NJEA Executive Director Vincent E. Giordano is calling on Governor Christie to resign. The battle between Governor Christie and the NJEA continues. Giordano issued the below statement in response to Governor Christie asking for Giordano to resign.

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Recap: Gov. Christie’s Town Hall in Westfield [VIDEO]

Who can call for the resignation of a powerful union chief, nickname himself "father of the decade," and survive a poorly-structured set...in just 90 minutes? Governor Chris Christie.

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Governor Christie at Westfield Town Meeting
Governor Christie at Westfield Town Meeting (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Governor Christie Calls For NJEA Executive Director To Resign [AUDIO]

Governor Christie is calling for the Executive Director of the New Jersey Education Association to step down…after comments he made about poor families during an interview on NJTV.

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NJEA on Defensive Over Comment [VIDEO]

Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media

Gov. Chris Christie called for Vincent Giordano, the leader of the New Jersey's teacher's union to resign Wednesday, after the union chief said "life's not always fair" while discussing how poor families can't afford private schools -- and union opposition to vouchers that could help them do so.

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Study Finds NJ Teachers Open to New Evaluation

A report commissioned by two education reform groups finds that New Jersey teachers believe the way they're being evaluated is too subjective, and that they are open to change.

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