Monday, December 23, 2013

Christie Agrees to give In-State-Tuition to ILLEGALS

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday touted an agreement he struck earlier in the day with state Democratic lawmakers that will give in-state tuition for Garden State students who are living in the country illegally. 
The Republican Governor and likely 2016 GOP presidential contender also pushed back against claims two top Christie aides closed access lanes to the George Washington Bridge to retaliate against the Mayor of Fort Lee, New Jersey, who didn't endorse his re-election bid.
And possibly hinting at his presidential aspirations, Christie said the man who steered his 2009 election for governor and this year's landslide re-election will now be "available to do additional work for me in the political realm" 
Christie praised the agreement he struck with state Senate Democrats on tuition equality, saying: "What we're doing is taking a step forward today that allows folks that we have heavily invested in to be able to avail themselves of in-state tuition rates, which will mean a significant savings to them."
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