- Associated Press - Thursday, January 8, 2015

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Sometimes, it seems no dispute is too small for Republican Gov. Chris Christie and New Jersey’s Democratic-controlled Legislature.

Christie’s office sent a note to journalists this week about his State of the State speech scheduled for Jan. 13. Reporters planning to cover it were instructed to RSVP Christie’s office.

But the speech is held in the state Assembly chambers, where RSVPs are not needed to cover events.

An Assembly Democratic spokesman on Thursday emailed journalists to say there’s no need to notify anyone if they plan to cover it.

Space is expected to be limited for the speech. The room is usually crowded for it, and it could get more attention this time because Christie is a possible 2016 Republican presidential candidate.



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