If there were any doubt that brotherly love trumps favorite football team allegiance in the Christie family, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's brother let us know he's sticking with his bro, even if he is a Dallas Cowboys fan.
The Bridgegate debacle has cast a shadow on Gov. Chris Christie and his administration, but it doesn't appear to be affecting whether or not the republican governor will run for President of the United States in 2016.
The largest public employees union in the Garden State will join with the New Jersey Education Association and sue Gov. Chris Christie, after he announced plans to cut the contribution to the public worker pension system by $2.5 billion over the next 13 months.
Gov. Chris Christie indicated at a town hall that he'd be willing to scrap New Jersey's realty transfer fee, which reportedly produces hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue for the state each year.
Despite a report clearing Gov. Chris Christie of any wrongdoing in connection with the September lane closures in Fort Lee, the Bridgegate debacle may still be affecting how New Jersey voters view Christie's job performance.
Gov. Chris Christie would prefer if Bridgegate were never mentioned again, but even with an internal report that clears the governor of any wrongdoing, the public probably won't forget about the controversy any time soon.