Democrats haven't been shy about criticizing Governor Chris Christie's Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 State Budget proposal. They vow to do more than just complain. The top Democrats in the State Senate and General Assembly are promising to produce a spending plan alternative.
Much of the discussion following New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's State Budget Address last Tuesday centered around his 10% income tax cut, increased school aid and the largest ever payment into the public workers pension fund.
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