New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has kicked off the first in a series of planned "No Pain, No Gain" mini-town hall meetings, designed to build support for his call to lower public worker pension and benefit costs.
A new report shows the retirement funds for New Jersey state troopers, local police and firefighters and public workers lost ground in the first year workers were required to pay more toward their pensions.
A three bill package aimed at enforcing safeguards against excessive investing and pay-to-play for investments made with public pension funds was released this morning by an Assembly Panel. Assembly Democrats Ralph Caputo and Ruben Ramos sponsor the package.
Want something to make your blood boil even more about living in the great Garden State? Check out the list NJwatchdog.org has put together of the group of state workers that have retired with more than 100k in retirement pensions.
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