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Governor Christie Defends Increased Spending In His Budget Proposal [AUDIO]

Wherever he goes, Governor Christie continues to discuss the importance of cutting spending to get our fiscal house in order - but some are wondering if that's the case, why does his proposed fiscal year 2013 budget call for 2-point-1 billion dollars in spending increases?

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Senate President Steve Sweeney
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Chris Christie Loves His Town Hall Meetings And Now Steve Sweeney Is Hosting One Of His Own

Governor Chris Christie typically hosts one town hall meeting a week and sometimes more to tout his policies and proposals. Not to be outdone, the top two Democrats in the State Senate have scheduled a town hall meeting of their own.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Chris Christie Launches New Attack Against The NJEA [VIDEO]

Governor Christie, during his latest town hall meeting in Kearny, pointed out his proposed budget for the Garden state provides $8.9 billion for education aid- the largest education appropriation aid in the history of New Jersey.

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Governor Christie in Kearny
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Governor Christie Reminds Town Hall Audience To Behave

At a recent town hall meeting in South Jersey Governor Christie called an ex-Navy SEAL an “idiot” for repeatedly interrupting him.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Christie: No Regrets And No Apology For Calling Ex-Navy Seal “Idiot” [VIDEO/POLL]

Governor Chris Christie said he has "no regrets" for calling an ex-Navy SEAL an "idiot" during a town hall in Burlington County last week.

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“Idiot” Wants Apology From Christie

The former Navy SEAL who tried to talk down Chris Christie during a town hall meeting wants an apology from the Governor  for calling him  an "idiot."

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William A. Brown is removed by police from Governor Christie's town hall in Roebling. (Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Rutgers Student Removed From Christie Town Hall In Roebling [AUDIO]

A Rutgers University student was removed from Governor Christie's Town Hall meeting in Roebling.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Christie Continues Crackdown On Prescription Drug Abuse [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie says prescription drug abuse has become an enormous problem in New Jersey and he will continue to crack down on those who are exploiting the system.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie To NJ Assembly Dems: Get On Board Cutting Taxes [AUDIO]

Governor Christie said he and democratic Senate President Steve Sweeney are inches away from a plan to cut income taxes for residents, but one obstacle still stands in the way, the Assembly Democrats.

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Teen Suicide Addressed by Governor Christie [VIDEO]

Suicide has become the third leading cause of teen death in the nation. It has been reported that 60% of New Jersey teens' suicide prevention calls were made to out-of-state organizations.

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