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The head of New York state's largest firearms advocacy organization won't attend yet another planned anti-gun control rally in Albany on Tuesday. Thomas King told The New York Daily News that he worries about the rhetoric at these events is becoming more "contentious and threatening."
One of the state lawmakers leading the George Washington Bridge scandal investigation said Sunday that she and her fellow lawmakers would be "happy" to have Gov. Chris Christie (R ) testify under oath.
The newly public report clearing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) in the George Washington Bridget lane closing scandal contains "venomous, gratuitous, and inappropriate sexist remarks," according to a lawyer representing former Christie deputy chief of staff Bridget Kelly.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) IS scheduled to hold a press conference at 2:30 P.M. ET on Friday, a day after the release of a report clearing him in the George Washington Bridge lane closing scandal.
In reaction to a report released by attorneys representing the office of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), an attorney representing former Christie campaign manager Bill Stepien has issued a statement saying allegations contained in the report masked "the injustice" done to his client.
Chris Christie got his say on Thursday. In a report released to the public, defense attorneys representing the New Jersey governor's office offered the results of their investigation into the George Washington Bridge lane closures, and the tangentially-related Hoboken development scandal. The findings were good news for the governor.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) now acknowledges talking with former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executive David Wildstein at an event in September. But he doesn't recall what they talked about.