Detroit’s fiscal disaster raises questions about adequacy of state pension funding.
With federal stimulus aid deducted, Corzine relied less on nonrecurring state revenues and fiscal gimmicks than Christie, analysis shows.
Governor relied on fund diversions more than Corzine, but less than McGreevey.
Built-in rise in pension payments means ‘there’s no money’ to fight over, Senate president says.
Budget committee chiefs not sold on treasurer’s projections, but hope he’s right.
$32.9B budget likely to add some school aid, but no tax cut or vouchers.
Despite income tax surge and unemployment drop, Christie's revenue projections again come up short.
Christie's rebate cuts result in 18.6 percent increase in net property taxes that hits those making under $150,000.
For second straight year, OLS budget expert projects lower revenues than Sidamon-Eristoff.
The rich get richer, fattening Treasury’s coffers, but how long will it last?