NJ Politics Roundup: Wildstein's Job, Christie's Poll Numbers, Sandy Complaints, And More
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February 6, 2014

Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — The Port Authority has eliminated the job created for David Wildstein, the former official at the center of the George Washington Bridge scandal.

Meanwhile, Gov. Chris Christie's 2016 prospects have dropped amid the controversies surrounding his administration, according to a new poll.

And Bridgegate now has its own Wikipedia entry.

ADVOCATES: SANDY PROGRAMS MISMANAGED

Housing advocates say the state and the contractor it hired for Hurricane Sandy housing recovery efforts mismanaged the application process for the state’s two largest initiatives for homeowners.

Meanwhile, FEMA has ...

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