Legislature ties tax cut to millionaire’s tax and revenue projections, but OLS shows budget shortfall growing.
Fearing revenue shortfall, Democrats back off original tax cut plans, but may send Christie a millionaire’s tax.
State underestimating pension liability under new accounting standards.
Democratic leaders want a tax cut too, but are split over whether 'millionaire's tax' is the right fight.
Governor insists on income tax cut, but OLS says budget still $627 million short.
With major taxes growing at half the projected rate, is tax cut now in doubt?
Greenwald warns of potential $1 billion shortfall, vows Assembly will fight for its own tax cut plan?
‘No’ vote in Wenonah underscores Sweeney’s message: ‘We’ve tried the carrot. We need to try the stick.'
Property taxes dwarf state's major taxes; combined state-federal spending hits record $49 billion.
Nonpartisan GAO report revives partisan debate over Christie's decision to cancel ARC Tunnel
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