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BUCCO: CHRISTIE COMMITMENT TO REBUILDING WILL KEEP NJ MOVING FORWARD
Assembly Deputy Republican Leader Anthony M. Bucco, R-Morris and Somerset, issued the statement below following Governor Christie’s State of the State address today to a Joint Session of the Legislature:
“Governor Christie has outlined a roadmap to recovery which our constituents and residents throughout the state should find reassuring and comforting. During his tenure, he has often reaffirmed his commitment to doing what is best for our state and its citizens regardless of the obstacles. His vision to help communities ravaged by Sandy recover is no exception.
“Based on the governor’s record of accomplishments, which includes historic teacher tenure, property tax, public employee pension and arbitration reform, I am confident his blueprint for rebuilding our state will keep New Jersey moving forward.”
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