<p>People react to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on April 30, 2013, in Long Beach Township, N.J., after he used an expletive during a town hall meeting on Long Beach Island, where Superstorm Sandy caused heavy damage. He called the opposition by some New Jersey shore homeowners to protective dunes 'BS,' though he used the full word. </p> Source: Photograph by Mel Evans/AP Photo
New Jersey, where Governor Chris Christie has lowered revenue forecasts, sold $350 million of general-obligation debt with investors starved for yield reducing the state’s borrowing cost to the cheapest in six years.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican seeking re-election, lashed out at beachfront homeowners who won’t grant the state permission to build dunes to protect the state’s 127-mile coast after Hurricane Sandy.
The National Football League, whose Super Bowl championship game will be played in New Jersey next year, will provide $2 million to rebuild youth playgrounds and gyms damaged by Hurricane Sandy, to help fight obesity in kids.
Hard Rock International Inc., the operator of hotels, casinos and themed bars, bought an equity stake in the New Meadowlands Racetrack LLC, as it seeks to gain from the site’s expansion and possible gaming developments.