Gov. Chris Christie got rid of the funding before, but the question will likely be raised again. Will the state fund family planning centers to the tune of $7.5 million. A bill made its way through the Senate on Monday that would fund those centers. The supporters of the bill say the funding can come from the over $500 million extra that has come in from unexpected revenue. The vote was 26-13 and was not required to go through committee. Christie could still veto the measure if it makes it through the Assembly.