New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday refused to tip his hand on whether New Jersey will set up a federally mandated health insurance exchange or let the federal government handle it for the state.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday refused to tip his hand on whether New Jersey will set up a federally mandated health insurance exchange or let the federal government handle it for the state. AP
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday refused to tip his hand on whether New Jersey will set up a federally mandated health insurance exchange or let the federal government handle it for the state. AP

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