Why Chris Christie is still opposed to same-sex marriage
If he could do it over again, the New Jersey governor says he would still veto his state's bill
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie may have ruffled too many conservative feathers when he jumped on President Obama's wagon after Sandy.
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