New Jersey residents split on Christie gun veto

A new poll out Tuesday finds 49 percent

A new poll out Tuesday finds 49 percent of Garden State residents support the veto.

New Jersey residents are split on Gov. Chris Christie's decision to veto legislation that would have reduced the number of bullets gun magazines can hold.    A new Rutgers-Eagleton poll out Tuesday finds 49 percent of Garden State residents support the veto. Another 42 percent disagree.

“Most gun control measures we have asked about in the past garner large majorities in support,”...

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