Christie Finds Himself on Short End With Civil-Rights Remark

Representative John Lewis, a veteran of the U.S. civil-rights movement, joined New Jersey Democrats criticizing Governor Chris Christie after he said blacks in the 1960s would have preferred referendums on desegregation -- a move he has backed for same-sex marriage. A day later, Christie apologized.

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