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Dem leaders adamant that $2.4 billion go to N.J. pension fund (via NewsWorks)

As Gov. Chris Christie puts the finishing touches on the budget proposal he will unveil Tuesday, top Democrats in the New Jersey Senate are insisting that the spending plan include the required state payment into the pension system. Acknowledging that 

Acknowledging that formulating a budget plan will mean many difficult choices, the chairman of the Senate Budget Committee said making the $2.4 billion pension payment and funding the Transportation Trust Fund are paramount.

 

According to the Democrats, New Jersey has a Revenue problem, not a Spending problem. John Reynolds | CNBNews.net
 

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