Gov. Chris Christie says New Jerseyans preparing to rebuild after Superstorm Sandy are enduring delays now because Congress took more than 90 days to approve a massive aid package for the tri-state region.
Garden State Democrats claim Governor Chris Christie did not present a plan to bring down New Jersey's highest in the nation property taxes during his budget address a few days ago, but Christie insists that's "nonsense."
After proposing a $32.9 billion state spending plan that increases school aid and expands Medicaid coverage and does not raise taxes, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been busy today trumpeting his budget as a fiscally responsible plan that encourages growth and holds the line on property taxes.
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