During a trip to New Hampshire, Gov. Christie took questions from New Jersey reporters about the legal fight over the state's pension system and his reaction to the indictments related to lane closures at the George Washington Bridge.
During the Assembly budget hearing, the state treasurer announced an unexpected $200 million windfall, which will be used for the public pension payment. But New Jersey will still owe more than $1 billion.
Gov. Christie conditionally vetoed a bill for New Jersey to pull out of the New York and New Jersey Waterfront Commission, which Congress created 60 years ago. Supporters of the bill say the Commission is impeding job creation.
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