The New Jersey governor may hope to leave the state’s troubles and Bridgegate behind him, but that may be harder than it seems.
The New Jersey’s governor’s plan to run on his record of working across the aisle isn’t looking too good.
Protests by union members, environmentalists, and others are growing.
Unions representing hundreds of thousands of workers go to court against the governor.
It’s a scandal bigger than Bridgegate.
The Newark Star-Ledger says Christie’s attack on pensions is the final nail in his coffin. (We’ll see.)
But the scandals seem inexorable.
The New Jersey governor says he might take ‘extreme measures.’