Unions want Christie back in court to explain why he plans to skimp on billions of dollars in committed payments in coming fiscal year
Next year’s budget calls for $660M more in business-tax breaks, despite depleted transportation fund and court-ordered pension payments
That’s one of the suggestions of Christie’s expert commission, but the big question is what happens to property taxes
Administration’s overestimate brings midyear spending reductions to $343M -- and there’s still a $1.6B budget bullet out there
Governor makes it perfectly clear: The only thing wrong with the state’s finances is cost of public-employee benefits
Governor’s budget speech may have played well outside of NJ, but state lawmakers are left with a number of unanswered questions
Double challenge confronts Dems, GOP: Find funds in current budget -- and even more in next year’s
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