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How New Jersey's Political Machine Really Works

Gov. Chris Christie, George Norcross, and State Senate President Steve Sweeney at a groundbreaking ceremony in 2014, in Camden for a Norcross-funded school.

Nancy Solomon, managing editor of New Jersey Public Radio, talks about the out-sized political influence of the Norcross family, and how tax breaks that were supposed to benefit one of the state's poorest cities, Camden, ended up benefiting George Norcross and his associates.

Did you ever wonder how New Jersey Political Machine Politics actually work? Listen to the story in partnership with the ProPublica Local Reporting Network

 

 

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Gloucestercitynews.net | October 8, 2019

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