The Q&A segment of Gov. Chris Christie's latest town hall took a turn toward the George Washington Bridge scandal that's enveloped his administration and clouded his reputation as a potential frontrunner for president in 2016.
Gov. Chris Christie indicated at a town hall that he'd be willing to scrap New Jersey's realty transfer fee, which reportedly produces hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue for the state each year.
Despite a report clearing Gov. Chris Christie of any wrongdoing in connection with the September lane closures in Fort Lee, the Bridgegate debacle may still be affecting how New Jersey voters view Christie's job performance.
Gov. Chris Christie would prefer if Bridgegate were never mentioned again, but even with an internal report that clears the governor of any wrongdoing, the public probably won't forget about the controversy any time soon.
Hundreds of beachfront homeowners are still refusing to grant permission for a system of dunes to be built along their property, a project the governor says will help protect New Jersey's coastline during future storms.
During the question-and-answer segment of his latest town hall meeting, Gov. Chris Christie defended the state's decision to ban Tesla from selling its electric vehicles directly to customers in New Jersey.
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