New Jersey Corruption

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NPR's Nancy Solomon reports that the prosecution of New Jersey politicians is on the rise. Christopher Christie — the state's new U.S. attorney — has made stamping out corruption a priority. Within his first year in office, Christie has doubled the number of attorneys working on political corruption.

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