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The Governor informed me that NJ 101.5 radio host Jim Gearhart was saying he had caved in to the union. He said that the leaders of the NJEA had demeaned him and that it was utterly intolerable for him to be viewed as having given-in to them. The money was not worth it. Bret Schundler Former NJ Education Commissioner
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If true, that means Gov. Chris Christie valued his image and ego above $400 million for education in New Jersey. Outrageous. Even worse may be the idea that an entertainment/talk radio show is setting policy in the Governor's Office. Carla Linz The Press of Atlantic City
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What role did Roger Stone play in the recount of the 2000 presidential election? What happened when The Courier-Post left a hand-written note at the home of 2002 Republican U.S. Senate candidate Douglas Forrester, asking for comment on a story one of the newspaper's reports was writing? The story about Trenton lobbyist Roger Bodman traveling around the country with Governor Christie includes criticism for why Bodman is
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course 790 278 taught by Professor Richardlee during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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