Christie, Republicans suggest announcement of 'Investing In You' initiative is nothing more than a plan to increase taxes
Five percent hike bodes well for budget, but quirk in calendar, change in reporting method may skew numbers
Budgetary best practices, according to think tank, mean making multiyear projections for both anticipated tax revenues and spending
Democrats argue infrastructure upgrades are key to fiscal growth; Republicans contend dropping ‘death taxes’ will encourage wealthy to stay in NJ and invest in state’s ...
Judge rules that state Supreme Court decision in related case applies to this legal action as well; plaintiffs could still appeal to NJ’s highest court
Critics say it would mostly benefit the affluent while advocates say it would boost marinas, repair shops and other maritime-related businesses
Officials say 4 percent gain is still better than most similar plans, but state workers worry about impact on severely underfunded system
State’s business leaders gather in Atlantic City to address problems still hindering growth
At its worst, NJ only had enough budget reserve to last three days, although some slight gains have been made in past fiscal year
Does making good on the pension and health benefits unfunded liability mean that state taxes will skyrocket?
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