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NJ state troopers reject 1.25% salary increase, say they want better benefits

The 1.25 percent pay increase would have also included an indefinite freeze on wages, the union president said.

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NJEA headquarters (Kevin McArdle, NJ101.5 news)
NJEA headquarters (Kevin McArdle, NJ101.5 news)
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Teachers union getting in the way of Christie’s budget plan to cut health costs

Gov. Chris Christie’s intention to save a quarter-billion dollars through changes to the health plans for public workers and retirees has hit a major snag.

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Christie claims he’s found $250M in state health savings, but Democrats not so sure

Democrats say they’re uncomfortable about counting on a quarter-billion dollars in savings from not-yet-specified changes to public workers’ health plans.

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(David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
Gov. Chris Christie speaks at a town hall meeting in Mount Laurel on March 13, 2014.
(David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ) Gov. Chris Christie speaks at a town hall meeting in Mount Laurel on March 13, 2014.
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Holding the Line on Public Salary Cap Hikes [AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie is lobbying lawmakers to renew a law that caps arbitration pay increase awards for public sector workers at 2 percent.

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Rutgers Head Coach Mike Rice
Former Rutgers Head Coach Mike Rice (Chris Trotman, Getty Images)
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NJ Bill Would Cap Payouts for Problematic Public Workers [AUDIO]

Including health benefits, pensions and some other perks, Rutgers University paid out a combined total of almost $2.1 million to athletic director Tim Pernetti, lawyer John B. Wolf (resigned) and basketball coach Mike Rice (fired).

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