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N.J. Politics Roundup: Christie sees N.H. hopes rise, draws glow for gun plan

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N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP

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

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie has seen his chances in a pivotal state of New Hampshire arise as he vies for a 2016 Republican assignment for president.

Meanwhile, Christie pronounced during a radio talk Tuesday that New Jersey-based TV shows like “The Sopranos” and “Jersey Shore” hurt him in New Hampshire.

During another TV interview, Christie regularly hammered on U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.

And how Christie’s lucky sweater is back.

REACTION TO CHRISTIE GUN PLAN

iChristie s holding feverishness from both Democratic lawmakers and Second Amendment rights activists over a devise to enlarge entrance to concealed lift permits in New Jersey.

COURT TOSSES N.J. BEACH ACCESS RULES

A state appellate justice threw out manners put in place by a Christie administration that opponents argued singular open access to New Jersey’s beaches and waterways.

NO DEAL ON CASINO PLANS

The hopes that New Jerseyans will get to confirm subsequent year either to enhance casino gambling to a northern partial of a state have dwindled now that state lawmakers have missed a pivotal deadline to strech an agreement on competing plans.

SWEENEY LAUNCHES WEBSITE

State Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-Gloucester), widely deliberate to be a Democratic claimant for administrator in 2017, launched his possess website — and took aim at Christie in a process.

IN OTHER NEWS …

• The state Senate check cabinet authorized a check formulating a retirement module for private-sector workers without employer-sponsored skeleton in New Jersey.

• Nearly half of New Jersey’s military departments will shortly be regulating body-worn cameras — and here’s a look at how they work.

• The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey is suing West New York on interest of a resident who says he was unlawfully arrested in Jul after trying to film local police arresting dual teenagers.

• A new check shows Donald Trump’s explain of mass celebrations in Jersey City on 9/11 is being kept alive by partisanship and dread of a media.

NJ Advance Media staff writers Claude Brodesser-Akner, Laura HerzogSamantha Marcus, Terrence T. McDonaldJonathan D. Salant, and S.P. Sullivan contributed to this report.

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