Gov. Chris Christie delivered a wide-ranging speech at a Haddonfield town hall June 12. Here are a few highlights from his address and Q&A.
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The governor spoke to a capacity crowd at Haddonfield Middle School Tuesday.
The governor scolded Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald during a two-hour town hall meeting Tuesday. Christie also tamed the crowd with charm, wit and personable stories.
Gov. Chris Christie came out swinging Tuesday, taking the fight to state Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald on his home turf in Haddonfield. The Republican governor accused Greenwald of standing in the way of a 10 percent tax-cut proposal in front of the Legislature. Christie zoned in on Greenwald during a nearly two-hour town hall meeting in front of a capacity crowd of nearly 600 packed into the middle school gym. "Now, we're ready to cut taxes and the only people standing in our way are Lou Greenwald and the Assembly Democrats," said Christie, who is campaigning to have a state budget deal before the end of the month. "I'm coming to Haddonfield today because I need your help. Lou Greenwald, he's your guy. Now we have to put the …