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Ask The Governor July 31
Ask The Governor July 31 (Annette Petriccione, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Gov. Christie on Rand Paul, Tax Refunds, Sandy Relief [VIDEO]

The July edition of Ask The Governor touched on Gov. Chris Christie's new "war of words" with U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, an update on Sandy relief, Richie Sambora getting back with Bon Jovi and problems taxpayer refunds.

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Gail Oskin, Getty Images
Gail Oskin, Getty Images
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Consumer Confidence Soaring in New Jersey [AUDIO]

Consumer confidence is up in the Garden State.

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Facebook's New Policy
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Do Your Kids Know What They’re Doing on Facebook? [POLL/AUDIO]

With so much rain lately your kids are probably spending a lot of time indoors staring at a computer screen.

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Governor Chris Christie in studio for May's Ask the Governor
Governor Chris Christie in studio for May's Ask the Governor (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Gov. Christie on Gay Marriage, Sandy Aid and the Flag [VIDEO]

The June edition of Ask The Governor touched on Gov. Chris Christie's reaction to the United States Supreme Court's rulings on gay marriage, a new  $780 million federal grant program that begins in July to assist with Sandy relief and what goes into the decision to fly flags at half-staff.

Here are the video highlights:

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Should Rutgers stick with New Athletic Director Julie Hermann?
Julie Hermann (Photo by Rich Schultz /Getty Images)
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Christie Gives Full Support to Rutgers Hierarchy [VIDEO]

Embattled Rutgers University is embroiled in yet another scandal and this one shows no signs of letting up. Newly-hired Rutgers Athletic Director Julie Hermann is under fire for allegedly calling members of the University of Tennessee volleyball team, “whores” and “alcoholics.” A new report says Hermann was also involved in a discrimination lawsuit while at Louisville.

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Governor Christie during LBI town hall last week
Governor Christie during LBI Town Hall (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Governor Christie Undergoes Lap-Band Stomach Surgery [POLL]

Governor Chris Christie confirms that he has had lap band surgery in an effort to lose weight.

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In studio for April's Ask The Governor
In studio for April's Ask The Governor (Annette Petriccione, Townssquare Media NJ)
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Gov. Christie on Tax Cuts, the Boston Bombing, Rutgers and Music [VIDEO]

The April edition of Ask The Governor touched on Gov. Chris Christie's proposed tax cut, security issues arising from the Boston Marathon bombing, the possibility of rehiring Tim Pernetti as Rutgers Athletic Director and some Jersey Shore musical memories.

Here are the video highlights:

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Chris Christie during Ask The Governor
Chris Christie during Ask The Governor (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Christie Announces Middle Class Tax Cut [AUDIO]

Governor Christie has been quiet in recent months on the idea of a tax cut in New Jersey but today he will announce plans for a new middle class tax cut. 

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Former St. Peter's Prep basketball player, Tommy Papas (Photo by Kevin McArdle)
Former St. Peter's Prep basketball player, Tommy Papas (Photo by Kevin McArdle)
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Did NJ High School Basketball Coach Cause Player’s Vision Loss? [AUDIO]

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: This afternoon Townsquare Media NJ received a letter from members of the St. Peter's Prep basketball team in support of Coach Todd Decker.  In the letter, the players say, "at no point ever have we felt threatened or fearful in any towards Coach Decker."  They go on to say, "Coach Decker has nothing but our support and dedication."

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Governor Christie uses a reciprocating saw to cut the grand opening board, instead of a ribbon, at the Home Depot showroom grand opening in Seaside Heights,
Governor Christie uses a reciprocating saw to cut the grand opening board, instead of a ribbon, at the Home Depot showroom grand opening in Seaside Heights (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie Reminds That There Is Still A Lot Of Recovery For The Shore

While Governor Christie is happy to see the shore’s recover, he reminds folks that for many homeowners life is still very far from normal.

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NJ Sports Betting Program Dealt Setback

A federal judge on Thursday upheld a 21-year-old law prohibiting sports betting in 46 of 50 states, dealing a setback to New Jersey's attempts to revive its struggling casino industry by grabbing a piece of what has become a multibillion-dollar industry, both legal and illegal.

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Route 35 Construction Means No Normal Summer For Drivers

Construction on the 12.5 mile stretch of Route 35 through Ocean County will be done with every effort to not inconvenience drivers too much.  But Joe Dee, spokesman for the New Jersey Department of Transportation reminds drivers this won't be a "normal summer."

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