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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Senate Democrats failed to muster the three Republican votes needed to override even one of Gov. Chris Christie’s budget vetoes to restore funding for child abuse services, women’s health clinics, legal aid and mental health services.

All but one of Monday’s budget restoration votes failed 24-15 strictly along party lines. The only Republican affirmative vote came from Sen. Jennifer Beck of Monmouth County, who broke ranks with her party to endorse restoring $7.5 million to clinics that provide reproductive and gynecological services to young, poor and underinsured women. That measure failed 25-14 while the GOP governor was out of state for a two-week business trip and family vacation.

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