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Grapevine: Changing the tone

Gov. Chris Christie spoke directly to the business community again last week, offering remarks during a luncheon in Cherry Hill hosted by the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey.

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Grapevine: Christie not closing door on Trump's V.P.

Gov. Chris Christie hasn't been parading around all that much recently with Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump.

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Grapevine: Assembly staffing allotments spark some buzz in Trenton

PolitckerNJ.com had a post late last week that had some people talking in Trenton.

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Grapevine: Week of 1,000 news conferences

Here’s an understatement: Things are getting complicated in Atlantic City.

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Grapevine: Latest employer mandate

Thought this was going to be yet another story about movement on the statewide paid sick leave measure?

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Grapevine: Calling for the governor's resignation

Coming into the last few weeks, there was already no love lost between Gov. Chris Christie and Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop.

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Grapevine: Medical school-to-Roche campus deal is done

Seton Hall University, Hackensack University Health Network, Roche and Prism Capital Partners have struck a deal to bring the yet to be formally named Hackensack-Seton Hall medical school to the 117-acre site on the former campus of Roche, which...

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Grapevine: Millionaire's tax — back again?

Excuse us if you've read this one before.

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Grapevine: Gubernatorial strategies

The conventional wisdom around Phil Murphy's candidacy for governor has been well-known for some time: Meet and greet (and raise money for) as many political bigwigs as possible and ask to be their backup selection in case the presumptive...

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Grapevine: What about that 'partnership'?

Barely a month after appearing side by side with Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-West Deptford) and Gov. Chris Christie at a Statehouse news conference referring to a proposed state takeover of Atlantic City as a “partnership,” Mayor...

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