Vets4Warriors -- a 24-hour nationwide hotline program -- recently saw support from the Department of Defense come to an end. Legislators around the state gathered to negotiate a $8 million budget to keep the program active.
Some have called for Governor Chris Christie to disclose his campaign security costs, citing NJ taxpayers are picking up the bill. Christie's campaign says doing so would undermine the governor's safety.
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