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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie’s chief transportation officer might be forgiven if he were disappointed the governor did not address the state’s ailing trust fund in his 2016 budget address last month.

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The fate of the fund has catapulted to center stage for lawmakers — sharing the spotlight with top-tier issues like the future of Atlantic City and the state’s public pension system — because the issue directly impacts New Jersey drivers if taxes go up to replenish the fund.

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\r\nTRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- Gov. Chris Christie's chief transportation officer might be forgiven if he were disappointed the governor did not address the state's ailing trust fund in his 2016 budget address last month.\r\nThe fate of the fund has catapulted to center stage for lawmakers — sharing the spotlight...