Gov. Chris Christie was joined by municipal officials and Republican lawmakers to rally for the interest arbitration law. Christie pushed for the Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto to put legislation up to a vote that would keep a hard two percent cap on arbitration awards to public unions. The measure has passed the Senate after being conditionally vetoed by Gov. Chris Christie.
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