Christie Signs 10 Gun Bills, But Leaves Controversial Ones on Desk
Most of the bills Gov. Chris Christie signed Thursday sailed through the Legislature with bipartisan support and without inflaming supporters or opponents of gun control. But he left five weapons-related bills on his desk, including some that could prove thorny as he campaigns for re-election in November and a possible presidential run in 2016.
Gov. Chris Christie signed 10 gun bills today, ranging from measures aimed at stiffening penalties for the unlawful possession and smuggling of firearms to requiring the state to submit mental health records to the federal government.
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