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Salary Cap Law Stalls in NJ Assembly [AUDIO]

A legislation that would cap salaries for public sector workers at 2 percent has stalled in the NJ Assembly.

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Interest arbitration event at Trenton War Memorial
Gov. Christie attends interest arbitration event at Trenton War Memorial Monday (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Christie to Assembly: Extend Arbitration Salary Cap

Gov. Chris Christie is demanding that the New Jersey Assembly take action on a bill to cap the salary increases that arbitrators can award to public employees at two percent.

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Gov. Chris Christie
Gov. Chris Christie (Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
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Christie Pushes for Arbitration Changes

Gov. Chris Christie is trying to build pressure on lawmakers to re-adopt a cap on raises for police and firefighters that can be awarded by arbitrators.

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Gov. Chris Christie Delivers Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Address
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Christie Makes Changes to Arbitration Cap Bill

Republican Gov. Chris Christie issued a quick conditional veto Thursday to make major changes to a bill passed by lawmakers to extend the cap on arbitrator-awarded pay increases for police and firefighter unions.

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Dems Push Pay Award Hike for Fire, Police Unions

Democratic lawmakers are pushing legislation that would remove a 2 percent cap on pay raises for police and firefighter unions in arbitration cases, allowing increases of up to 3 percent when it can be shown that higher health premiums or job reductions have produced savings.

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