It is too fiscally irresponsible. That is what Gov. Chris Christie said about expanding Medicaid to more women seeking family planning services. Opponents of Christie say he is using his pro-life beliefs and putting them before state residents. The Christie administration says the Medicaid program in the state is underfunded by $1.1 billion in 2012, and accepting this measure would only add to the problems.
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The Middle Township Committee did not move forward with a plan to establish a new …