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Gov. Christie lobbies for Sandy aid after vetoing 'Obamacare' bill
WASHINGTON -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was in the nation’s capital Thursday to lobby for billions in federal aid for his and other states affected by Superstorm Sandy, amid uncertainty over the fate of a supplemental appropriations bill that will be considered during the "fiscal cliff" debate over spending and taxes.
By Michael A. Memoli
December 6, 2012