Jim has been talking about the NJ workers' public pension and benefits program and what if, anything the governor can or will do to reform them.

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Depending on who you ask in the state of New Jersey, some feel that state workers have yielded enough to help state out of financial crisis, others feel there is still much more that can be done to reform public worker pensions and health benefits.

Governor Christie has warned that the state will be in serious financial trouble unless pension and health benefits reform is reached.

Where do you stand on the issue? Do you think reform to the state workers' pension and benefits plans are necessary or do you think NJ should leave it alone?

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