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Gov. Chris Christie
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Analysts: Budget Cuts Were ‘Predictable’ [AUDIO]

Political observers say with Christie possibly considering a 2016 presidential run, the move to slash the public worker pension fund contribution by $2.75 billion was completely predictable.

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NJ Gov. Chris Christie Speaks At Republican Jewish Coalition Leadership Meeting In Vegas
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Does NJ Need to Change Public Pensions and Benefits?

Jim has been talking about the NJ workers' public pension and benefits program and what if, anything the governor can or will do to reform them.

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Taxpayer Relief Bill Stalled for Three Years [AUDIO]

Twenty states allow lobbyists in their pension systems and New Jersey is one of them.

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NJ Divorce Loophole Wasting Tax Dollars [AUDIO]

An archaic law known as "divorce from bed and broad" could be costing New Jersey taxpayers big bucks. 

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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NJ Teacher Confronts Chris Christie, Gets Apology [VIDEO]

A vacationing public school teacher who told Gov. Chris Christie she felt betrayed by his pension changes got an apology from him in Ocean City.

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NJ Governments Breaking The Law At Taxpayer Expense [AUDIO]

An investigation has uncovered widespread improper participation in the state pension system among attorneys and other professionals working as independent contractors for local governments.

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Flickr User Tax Credits
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Funding Gap For NJ Retirement Benefits Rises [AUDIO]

A state pension plan is considered healthy if its 80% funded. A new report from the Pew Center on the States finds many are not, including New Jersey.

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Federal Judge Tosses NJ Unions’ Pension Suit

A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit brought by New Jersey teachers, police officers, firefighters and public workers challenging a law that requires them to pay more for their pensions and health benefits.

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