Christie ratchets up his fight against N.J. newspaper legal ads

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TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie on Friday ratcheted-up his fight to repeal a law requiring legal notices to be printed in newspapers, pointing out the New Jersey Press Association is a month late in releasing an analysis of how much the ads cost taxpayers last year. In a blistering statement against the newspaper industry, the Republican…

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