Despite being on vacation for part of the last few weeks, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has continued to make sure the public knows he intends to battle Democrats this summer because they will not give him the guarantee of a tax cut that he’s demanding.
Speaking yesterday at the Brookings Institute in Washington, D.C., New Jersey Governor Chris Christie told a welcoming audience that politics crushed a tax cut deal he had reached with Democratic leaders in the legislature.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is promising to use his red pen to line-item veto much, if not all of the spending added by Democrats in the budget and related bills which passed the full legislature Monday.
Despite Governor Christ Christie's unwavering promise to veto a millionaires' tax increase bill for the third consecutive year, the Senate Budget Committee approved a Democrat-sponsored bill to do it yesterday.
The Senate and Assembly budget committeesare scheduled to consider the $32 billion State Budget bill today along with legislation to increase the state sales tax on millionaires. Democrats are sponsoring both measures. They have also added some spending to the plan, almost $130 million.
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