Gov. Chris Christie Pushes His Case For ‘Newspaper Revenge Bill’

Gov. Chris Christie sent a letter Tuesday to legislative leaders to make his case for pushing what has become known as the “newspaper revenge bill.”

The legislation, which lacked support when Christie tried to advance it late last year, would allow municipalities to post legal notices on websites instead of newspapers. All legal notices are posted and archived online through the New Jersey Press Association. Multiple sources have said that Christie’s intent on getting it passed is to punish newspapers for their critical coverage of him. He hasn’t taken questions from state reporters in 140 days.

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