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NJ Politics Roundup: Christie misses categorical debate; ‘smart gun’ check introduced

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N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP

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

TRENTON — Despite gaining movement in his presidential discuss this week, Gov. Chris Christie learned Thursday did not validate for a categorical theatre at a fourth Republican debate. 

Christie downplayed his probable proclamation during a radio talk earlier in a day. 

Meanwhile, Walt Havenstein — a businessman whom Christie corroborated in an catastrophic discuss for New Hampshire administrator — returned a preference to Christie.

Is Christie losing support from billionaire Ken Langone?

And Meanwhile, will Christie be hurt by Tuesday’s New Jersey election results?

TRUMP RELEASES FIRST ADS

Donald Trump expelled a initial advertisements of his campaign for a Republican presidential nomination.

NEW SMART GUN BILL

Years after flitting a “smart gun” law that is now blamed for interlude them from being sole opposite a country, state Senate Democrats pronounced they wish to revamp a law and force gun dealers in New Jersey to carry a high-tech weapons.

ASSEMBLY LEADERS LOOK AHEAD AFTER ELECTIONS

After Democrats tightened their hold on a state Assembly in Tuesday’s elections, both Democratic and Republican leaders reflected on a competition and looked forward to a subsequent term during a span of news conferences. 

IN OTHER NEWS …

• Legislation that would protect Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst and anathema taxpayer-financed salutes to U.S. troops is expected to turn law as a outcome of a two-year bill deal between a White House and Congress.

• U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-12th Dist.) will sit on a name subcommittee set adult by House Republicans to serve examine allegations about Planned Parenthood’s handling of fetal tissue.

NJ Advance Media staff writers Matt Arco, Claude Brodesser-Akner, Samantha Marcus, and Jonathan D. Salant contributed to this report.

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