Gov. Chris Christie held his 136th Town Hall in Cedar Grove, where he discussed the current budget year, pension reform and taxes. During the town hall, he also insisted that his day job as governor, is still his main job.
Gov. Christie was the only state official among 16 speakers at the Americas Society/Council of the Americas forum. He spoke about immigration and the possibility of Cuba being taken off the terrorist watch list.
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