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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
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Topic - John Hoffman
Gov. Chris Christie announced early Monday he was withdrawing his administration’s appeal of New Jersey’s gay marriage law, characterizing it as a lost cause.
An operator of TGI Fridays restaurants in New Jersey was slapped with a $500,000 fine Wednesday for trying to pass off well liquor as top shelf to their higher-paying customers.
The company that owns an oil platform that caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico has vowed to continue searching for a second missing worker after a body was recovered in the waters near the site.
An Associated Press analysis of the programs found that the government has spent at least $3.4 billion on food counter-terrorism in the last decade, but key programs have been bogged down in a huge, multi-headed bureaucracy.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman said Wednesday that the fine levied against Livingston-based Briad Group should send a message to every bar owner that customers should get what they pay for, the Associated Press reported.
"Divers will continue to search for the second missing worker," Hoffman wrote in an email. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the families."