Christie to speak at national fiscal summit

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is heading to Washington to discuss the economy and politics.

    Christie will join former President Bill Clinton and other top political figures Wednesday at the annual Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s fiscal summit.

    The governor is set to discuss whether a state’s budget choices can be a model for national progress on fiscal reform.

    Clinton is expected to talk about policy choices needed to achieve broad-based, long-term, shared prosperity across income levels.

    Christie is considered a possible Republican presidential candidate.

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