Earlier this week, state Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff revealed that New Jersey is facing an $800 million shortfall in this fiscal budget year — which has only two more months to go. Unlike the federal government, the state must balance its books by July 1: It doesn’t have the ability to print money and cannot run a deficit. With so little time to find a sum that large . . .
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