State of the State: Chris Christie State of the State: Chris Christie 3 months ago   02:14

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Gov. Chris Christie delivered the 2015 State of the State Address to 216th Session of the N.J. State Legislature, Tuesday January 13, 2015 in Trenton. In his speech Christie highlighted his administration’s work in pension reform and renewed his comm

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chilly dog
why do state employees get better retirement then military members? NJ is a joke. It is the cali of the east coast. 50% of state jobs could be cut without any one noticing. The lottery was privatized and all the state employees kept their jobs. Like I said this state is a joke. Typical democratic mentality. nanny state.
Midnight Rambler
Nj are lucky to have christie
Itanium153
The government has failed to put money into the pension fund since 1991 until now.
MadMan 2020
If I make 1 billion dollars for the pension but take 3 billion out of school funding and putting in wall street fees who is loosing? its misappropriation of funds bottom line. what Christy wont tell us is that the money he cut from the pension is secretly funding his presidential campaign for 2016 because logic would tell us why is it all coming to light now is because he got cold feet when his numbers dropped in the polls. give it time and some analyst will find out where the 1.5 billion that he stole from the hard working was spent on. he sold new jersey out to further his power for presidency.
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State of the State: Chris Christie State of the State: Chris Christie 3 months ago   03:43

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Gov. Chris Christie delivered the 2015 State of the State Address to 216th Session of the N.J. State Legislature, Tuesday January 13, 2015 in Trenton. In his speech Christie highlighted economic development efforts that have taken place in Camden thi