Christie vetoes bill to punish Icahn

Calling it "the Legislature at its worst," Gov. Christie vetoed a bill recently that would have stripped Carl Icahn of his casino license for five years after he closed the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.  The bill, originally conceived as a way to pressure Icahn to keep the casino open and settle a protracted labor dispute, was adopted by the Legislature only after Icahn made the decision to close the casino, once owned by Donald Trump. 

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