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N.J. Politics Roundup: Christie grant fix, new 2016 poll, and more

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N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP

A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey

TRENTON — Experts contend Gov. Chris Christie’s offer to reinstate New Jersey’s grant complement with a reduction inexhaustible one will take a conflict — identical to one that has been waged in states like Kentucky.

Meanwhile, a state appellate justice decider authorized Christie’s ask for a brief prolongation until a finish of a month to interest a statute that he pennyless a 2011 grant law by self-denial $1.57 billion in state funding.

CHRISTIE TRAILS IN NEW 2016 POLL

A new check shows Christie trailing 8 other Republicans in a competition for a 2016 presidential nomination.

Meanwhile, a administrator is revelation donors he could take a presidential debate to a early voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire by lifting $20 million to $30 million, sources told NJ Advance Media.

Syndicated regressive columnist Charles Krauthammer placed Christie in a second tier of intensity presidential candidates.

And here is a look behind during Christie’s week.

Was Gov. Chris Christie right to join a lawsuit opposite President Obama’s immigration orders?

POLL: CHRISTIE AND OBAMA LAWSUIT

Was Christie right to join a lawsuit opposite President Obama’s executive orders to concede millions of unapproved immigrants to stay and work in a U.S.? Vote in a informal, unscientific check during right.

THE AUDITOR: KEAN AT PORT AUTHORITY MEETING

A demeanour during how state Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr. showed adult to a Port Authority assembly for a initial time.

MULSHINE ON CHRISTIE AND MARIJUANA

Star-Ledger columnist Paul Mulshine writes that Christie has a perplexed summary on pot and a War on Drugs

EDITORIAL: CONSTABLE LEAVING

The Star-Ledger’s editorial house examines state Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Richard Constable as he leaves Christie’s cabinet.

FROM THE WEEKEND …

• A state Assembly row will reason hearings to examine allegations that a conduct of a New Jersey National Guard and one of his tip generals have ruled by secular disposition and cronyism.

• The Assembly upheld a check that would make Atlantic City New Jersey’s 33rd Urban Enterprise Zone.

NJ Advance Media staff writers Matt Arco, Christopher Baxter, Matt Friedman, Samantha Marcus, and Jonathan D. Salant contributed to this report.

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Brent Johnson might be reached during bjohnson@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @johnsb01. Find NJ.com Politics on Facebook.

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