Despite previous denials, it looks like Christie's campaign team might have working a little pay for play.
New Jersey's Governor incurs the ire of Colorado over his comments slagging their new marijuana laws.
New Jersey state pay-to-play statutes prohibit state contractors from directly or indirectly financially supporting the election campaigns of state officials. Yoo hoo, grand jury!
Christie told affected Sandy homeowners he couldn't help them quickly because of government red tape. He didn't explain why that didn't apply to developers.
And look how well that worked out for Richard Nixon!
The subpoena issued to the campaign also seeks any correspondence between the campaign and Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich going back to April of last year, Sheridan confirmed.
Rubio’s chances of winning the GOP nomination in 2016 are looking better because of the Chris Christie scandal and Rep. Paul Ryan’s decision to forego a White House bid to aim for the gavel of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.
More questions about how Sandy aid was distributed in New Jersey after it was revealed $4.8 million in relief funds went to help build an apartment tower in a town with little flood damage.
Friday afternoon news dump, and this is a good one.
Statements from the governor and officials at the project’s unveiling barely mentioned storm recovery, focusing almost exclusively on how the project would help keep Belleville’s seniors in town.