From Maryland to Wisconsin, Mitt Romney scored impressive primary wins on Tuesday night, but Rick Santorum says there’s another half left.
Santorum will walk a fine line. Concerned about his future image in the party, while at the same time hoping he can hang in for Pennsylvania and the May primaries, in which he may do very well.
In campaign 2012, Rick Santorum fights on, but he’s not far from the biggest showdown.
J.J. Denman still gets calls, but it’s been narrowed to just Rutgers. He’s even taken a few shots that lit up some message boards — particularly Penn State message boards — about his recent decision.
Chris reviews the recall elections in Wisconsin, talks to CBS 3’s Ben Simoneau about flash mobs and to Larry Kane about privatization of the states liquor stores.
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Chris talks to accused priest, Father James Brennan and his attorney, Richard DiSipio. He also gets an update from Japan with Steve Futtermand and discusses the latest from Wisconsin, liberals rejecting green efforts and net neutrality.
Chris discussed protestors in Wisconisn finally being removed from the capital building, New Jersey transportation employees being suspended for calling out sick to attend a protest and the TSA reaction to more carry on baggage. Chris talked to Steve Cordasco as part of Finance Friday and to Lou Dubois from Inc. Magazine about the potential NFL lockout.
Gov. Chris Christie says he’s ready to start negotiating with state worker unions, whose contract with the state is up in June.
Chris discusses the latest developments from Wisconsin and federal tax dollars that might not be coming to the city. He also talks to Iowa Representative Steve King and Robert Stauffer, who had $1400 returned to him by a homeless man in West Chester.
KYW’s Larry Kane says the survey has big implications for Republican governors in Wisconsin and New Jersey.
Representatives of up to 58 unions rallied in the wind and rain outside New Jersey’s Statehouse in support of collective bargaining for public employees in Wisconsin.
Union leaders in New Jersey are planning a solidarity rally for public workers in Wisconsin.
Members from several New Jersey unions are planning to rally in support of Wisconsin workers who have found themselves at the center of a national debate over the role of public employees’ unions.