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NJ Gov. Christie's tax breaks reward political insiders

FILE - In this Sept. 9, 2014, file photo, Camden Mayor Dana Redd, center, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie greet people at a gathering in Camden, N.J. Under Christie, New Jersey has paid more than $2 billion in state tax breaks since 2014, often to corporations with notable political connections and at least one developer who already owed millions of dollars in unpaid state loans, an Associated Press review found. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Under Republican Gov. Chris Christie, New Jersey has authorized more than $2 billion in economic development tax breaks since 2014. An Associated Press review of those tax breaks found that often they have gone to corporations with notable political connections. One grant went to a developer who owes millions of dollars on an unpaid state loan.

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