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The Record, Bergen County, NJ, April 23, 2014

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Votes Are In: Christie Is Father of the Year

He has told crowds gathered at his town-hall-style events that he has to leave on time to make it home for family dinner night. He goes to his kids' baseball and basketball games. He follows his son's travel hockey team out of state. Chris Christie's been doing all that while being governor, becoming a possible presidential contender and now dealing with the biggest crisis of his political career.

Drug Sting Goes Bad

It is a linchpin of modern-day suburban economics: the strip mall with its sprawling parking lot that offers consumers in cars access to almost any type of service. In Garfield, where an undercover Paramus police officer was shot Tuesday afternoon, the Passaic Street shopping center has a big-box retail store, a national restaurant chain and a discount department store. And, according to regular shoppers there, its parking lot is home to an apparent car-to-car drug trade.

Drug Sting Goes Bad

It was supposed to be a $400 marijuana purchase that was part of a sting operation conducted by undercover police officers. But three alleged dealers, authorities said, tried to rob an undercover officer and triggered a shootout Tuesday afternoon in the parking lot of a Garfield shopping center filled with people, including teenagers on spring break. When it was over, a Paramus police officer and one suspect were in the hospital with gunshot wounds, and three suspects, including the injured s...

Unions Going On Offensive

Faced with a political scandal that began in his own administration, Governor Christie is publicly lashing out against a familiar target: New Jersey's public employees and their unions. The governor is attacking their benefits and claiming he can't afford to pay more for cancer research and other priorities because he has to cover the escalating costs of their pensions and health insurance. He also blamed the pension system in a response to New Jersey's recent credit rating downgrade. For Chr...

Gwb Panel Subpoenas 4 Key Figures to Testify

Governor Christie's press secretary, a former high-ranking staffer and two Port Authority executives were subpoenaed Tuesday and ordered to testify at legislative hearings looking into the George Washington Bridge lane closure controversy. Those subpoenas came as another key figure in the controversy -- Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer -- said she kept quiet about her claims of political retribution by Christie's administration because the governor was a former U.S. attorney and she felt that office...

Christie Pushes Leaner Pensions, Arbitration Caps

In a somber and sometimes scolding speech, Governor Christie urged the state's business community to help him with two proposals that face resistance in the Democratic-controlled Legislature: Trimming public employee pension benefits and renewing expired caps on arbitration awards for police and firefighters. As he has several times recently, Christie used his speech at the annual Washington dinner organized by the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce to compare the state's financial situation to t...

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