Democratic budget kills tax increases on e-cigarettes, Urban Enterprise Zone businesses
Christie’s veto of tax increases would leave insurmountable $4.3 billion pension gap to be made up by FY18
Prieto endorses millionaire’s tax, corporate tax surcharge, and full pension funding as part of alternative Democratic budget
Unilateral move by Senate leadership highlights split with Assembly Democrats, failure of talks with governor on negotiated budget
While unions prepare lawsuits over $2.4 billion pension cuts, Christie has precedent to target free healthcare for retirees next
While Christie’s pension cuts make headlines, retiree health benefits make up lion’s share of state’s $90 billion unfunded liability
Treasurer cites Rhode Island’s unique defined-benefit/defined-contribution pension plan as ‘interesting model’
Both approaches have gotten a lot of press of late, here's a way to cut through the doubletalk
Democrats argue wealthy should pay higher taxes, but Christie threatens to veto any income tax hike
With elimination of 2014 rebate, homeowners and seniors will receive average of just $1,188 in Christie's first five years, compared to $4,247 under Corzine and ...
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