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Pennsylvania will start the new budget year without a spending plan. For the first time in decades, the governor will veto the entire budget sent to his desk.
Christie made the announcement at 11 a.m. Tuesday from his alma mater, Livingston High School, in New Jersey, where he served as class president for three years.
Christie unveiled a campaign website over the weekend.
Ben Domenech, publisher at The Federalist and Senior Fellow at The Heartland Institute, says Justice John Roberts “bent over backward” to save Obamacare and “avoid a real plain text reading of what the law actually said.”
“Reality will prevail, and reality is probably less enthusiastic than some of these stocks behaved yesterday, that’s for sure. Tenet Healthcare was up twelve percent yesterday; I really don’t think that it was that meaningful to Tenet Healthcare, but you’re right. This is a sugar high. Enjoy it while it’s here,” he said.
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