Gov. Christie debuts new signs at town hall

Gov. Chris Christie is declaring victory with some new signs that debuted at his 20th town hall event of the year.

The governor's signs used to say, "The Christie Reform Agenda." They now read: "Doing big things. Can't stop us now!"

A handful of protesters were reportedly escorted out of the Fair Lawn Community Center by police.

The Assembly is scheduled to vote tomorrow to require public workers to pay more for their pension and health care benefits. The Senate passed the bill on Monday as public workers protested loudly on the street outside.

Meanwhile, lawmakers have only eight days left to send a new state budget to Christie's desk.

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