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, Sunday, July 2, 2017. New Jersey's government shutdown dragged into a second day Sunday without a resolution Cheap China Jerseys to the stalemate between a defiant Republican Gov. Chris Christie and an unmoving Democratic Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto.   The Latest on New Jersey's budget stalemate (all times local):

New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie has ended a three day state government shutdown and signed a $34.7 billion budget along with legislation to overhaul the state's largest health insurer.

Christie signed the legislation early on Independence Day after a deal wholesale jerseys was announced on Monday with Democratic leaders of the Legislature. His action brings to a close the first state government shutdown on his watch in two terms and the first since 2006.

The governor also signed legislation making over health insurer Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield.

State parks and beaches had been closed to the public even though Christie and his family were photographed lounging and sunning themselves on a beach over the weekend.

New Jersey's Democrat led Legislature has passed a $34.7 billion budget that Republican Gov. Chris Christie says he'll sign to end a three day government shutdown.

The Assembly and Senate passed the budget early Tuesday morning.

The successful vote came after Democratic Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto and Senate President Steve Sweeney announced a deal on the spending plan.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he's saddened a budget deal has come three days late but he'll sign it right away, ending a government shutdown.

The Republican governor says he has ordered all closed state parks to reopen for the Fourth of July. State parks and beaches had been closed to the public even though Christie and his family were photographed lounging and sunning themselves on a beach over the weekend.

Christie says state government will open on July 5, after the holiday. He says state workers will get a paid holiday tomorrow at his request.

Democratic Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto announced the deal cheap [url=http://www.cheapchinajerseyswholesale.com/]wholesale jerseys China jerseys[/url] earlier Monday.

New Jersey Democratic Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto say they have a budget deal to end the state's government shutdown.

Sweeney and Prieto unveiled the deal at a joint news conference on Monday at the statehouse.

The deal calls for a $34.7 billion budget that includes more than $300 million in Democratic spending priorities and is part of an agreement to overhaul the state's largest health insurer.