TRENTON - (AP) - Gov. Chris Christie says no deal was madeto stop the New Jersey Senate from using subpoenas to compel histop advisers to talk about a failed federal education grantapplication.

The Senate Legislative Oversight Committee is examining mistakesthat may have cost New Jersey $400 million.

Senate Democrats on Monday canceled a planned vote on aresolution granting them subpoena power after Senate PresidentStephen Sweeney and the governor met.

Christie says he only promised Sweeney he would fill outstandingpublic records request made by the Senate by Wednesday.

The governor says his office will turn over all documents they"believe are appropriate." Christie says he'll exert executiveprivilege to keep secret any documents that he believes are exemptfrom disclosure.

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