Gov. Christie calls made-to-order bills report 'completely ridiculous' | NJ.com
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie on Monday lashed out at The Star-Ledger over a story that found the language in some of his biggest bills matches model legislation prepared by a Washington-based group that mostly caters to Republican-led states.
The governor called the report in The Sunday Star-Ledger "completely ridiculous" and "a bunch of research and a conspiracy theory in search of a story."
"I don’t even know these people, and I’ve never had any interaction with them," said Christie, who is visiting Israel and Jordan this week. He noted that he’s been invited to speak at the group’s conferences twice but has declined.
LP - I don't know why I've heard of this group but he hasn't.