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Ask the Governor: Feb. 13, 2017

2-13-17
Gov. Chris Christie answers questions from New Jerseyans during the live one-hour call-in show “Ask the Governor” on NJ 101.5, hosted by Eric Scott Monday at 7 p.m.
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New Poll on Gubernatorial Race: Most in NJ Undecided

2-10-17
A new FDU PublicMind poll on the governor's race found 50 percent of Democrats and 52 percent of Republicans are undecided.
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Advocates Have Given Up on Christie Administration Updating Water Supply Plan

2-9-17
Rutgers Associate Professor Daniel Van Abs, who helped write a water supply plan 21 years ago, has given up on the Christie administration updating the plan.
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Is Your Smart TV Tracking You?

2-9-17
VIZIO agreed to pay $2.5 million to settle federal and state allegations that the company secretly tracked customers and sold information to third party data collectors.
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AC Hotel Tax Could Stave Off Police, Fire Department Cuts

2-9-17
If approved, a $2 tax would be put in place for two years on hotel stays in Atlantic City to stave off deep cuts looming for the police and fire departments. All the money would be restricted to preserving public safety services.
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Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Hears Arguments Over Trump Travel Ban

2-8-17
A three-judge federal panel for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments about the Trump administration's travel ban.
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Christie Speaks About Addiction at Treatment Center

2-8-17
Gov. Christie talked about his anti-opiate agenda at Daytop Village, a drug treatment center in Morris County.
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Development Threatens to Overload PATH System

2-8-17
New residential units around PATH stations may increase ridership even more than current levels. The Port Authority capital plan does not allocate money to deal with overcrowding.
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New Jersey Could Capitalize on DeVos Confirmation

2-7-17
New Education Secretary Besty DeVos could conceivably shift $20 billion in federal education funding into a school vouchers program, but New Jersey can capitalize on her preference for local control, according to the State Board of Education president.
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In Jersey City, Residents Still Need to Go to Trenton for a Birth Certificate

2-7-17
If you're born in Jersey City before 1965 and you need a copy of your birth certificate, be prepared for a journey.