Former New Jersey Gov. Christie Whitman says nuclear power a good fit for New Jersey

April 30th, 2010

By Michael Miller
Press of Atlantic City
April 30, 2010

ATLANTIC CITY – New Jersey should look to nuclear power to meet its future energy needs, former Gov. Christie Whitman told a group of political and business leaders Thursday.

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Opinion: Moderates: Unwelcome in GOP

April 30th, 2010

The Charleston Gazette
April 30, 2010

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Florida Gov. Charlie Crist was a popular Republican moderate, respected by many across the political spectrum. When he first filed for a U.S. Senate seat, he seemed sure to win.

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Military center pays tribute to Saxton

April 26th, 2010

By Carol Comengo
Courier-Post Staff
April 26, 2010

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Opinion: Tax cuts, industrial innovation are the best ways to stem job losses

April 22nd, 2010

By Janice Arnold-Jones
NMPolitics.net
April 22, 2010

New Mexico received more bad news recently with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report that the state lost 2,200 jobs between February and March, while 33 other states and the District of Columbia added jobs.

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Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s challenge women volunteers to build houses during national Mother’s Day initiative

April 9th, 2010

The Messenger-Gazette
April 09, 2010, 5:11AM

Showed picture from last year’s with caption: Last year’s National Women Build Week group. Governor Christie Whitman and daughter Kate Whitman center, were among the many mother daughter building teams.

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Budgets Require Tough Choices

April 6th, 2010

The Record
April 6, 2010

Governor Chris Christie’s proposed state budget has New Jerseyans of all stripes talking. Some are worried about cuts to programs on which they depend. Others are frustrated by how their specific industry or profession will fare in this new environment. And most New Jerseyans are looking for relief after being over-taxed for much of the past decade.

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