Lakewood fraud: Christie 'willing to consider' amnesty if cheats are truly sorry
Gov. Chris Christie on Monday dodged a question about whether he supported his own administration's amnesty program aimed at welfare cheats in Ocean County. "I try not to get into the criminal law stuff now that I'm governor," Christie said during New Jersey 101.5's "Ask The Governor," while adding: "I do believe people need to be held to account for their actions."
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#1 Oct 3, 2017
Lets just let everyone off the hook. Back robbers, murderers, everyone. I'm sure they are all very sorry.
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