Christie’s budget options to plug combined FY14-FY15 gap include pension changes, aid shifts and fund raids
Christie: ‘Nothing off the table’ to fill $800M budget gap, and that includes pensions
Will Christie have to cut or defer pension payments to cover shortfall created by ‘April surprise’?
A $4.6B increase in retiree and debt-service costs, a Transportation Trust Fund running on empty, a governor who wants to cut taxes -- and the ...
Getting rid of tax would leave state shy of matching funds for Shore-protection projects -- and would also leave another hole in the state budget
Open-government advocates criticize Christie administration for taking down data used to compare net property taxes
Credit agency criticizes overstated revenue estimates, retiree liabilities, high debt, and one-shot gimmicks that add to future budget woes
Treasurer confirms TTF will run out of money for projects next year because of administration’s failure to keep pay-as-you-go promise
Budget chairman questions retroactive pension cut, tobacco bond maneuver, and need to make cuts year after year
Moody’s says Christie administration’s reliance on short-term savings that add to future costs reflects budgetary weakness
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