The Manhattan District Attorney is looking into a contract between the Port Authority and a company co-owned by Dallas Cowboys magnate Jerry Jones, who gave Gov. Chris Christie free trips to see his team play. But that didn't stop Christie from making a three-day trip to New Hampshire to make his case to be the next president of the United States. Even if he says he hasn't decided to run yet.
New Jersey Public Radio's Matt Katz reports from New Hampshire. Guest host Nancy Solomom also speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Josh Dawsey about the subpoenas that have been served to the Port Authority and history professor Brian Murphy gives us a brief history of why New Jersey is so corrupt.
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