Christie will seek tax filing extension again

    A spokesman for N.J. Gov. Chris Christie said today the governor will file for an extension for his taxes. Lt. Gov. Kin Guadagno has already filed.

    NJ.com reports the extension form will not be released to the public. Christie sought an extension last year, as well, but did not release any documentation until the complete filing was made in October. Guadagno won’t release documents until Christie does.

     

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