New Jersey Gov. Christie Says He Loves Collective Bargaining

HILLSBOROUGH, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he’s ready to start negotiating with state worker unions, whose contract with the state is up in June.

At a town hall meeting in Hillsborough Wednesday, Christie says he has never suggested that collective bargaining rights be taken away.

Just the opposite, he says: He loves it.

Christie says he’s in favor of “reasonable” collective bargaining.

Leaders of the Communications Workers of America say Christie has yet to meet with them.

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  1. BillG says:

    The winds of change are blowing. Get use to it! The free ride is over!

    1. ITZ says:

      All hot air.

  2. itz says:

    He also said that he loves pizza and beer more. Just look at him.

    Also his “new normal” sounds like low expectations to me.

  3. grumpy says:

    Just another GOP wind merchant!

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