It's easy to get lost in the maze of politics and number-crunching when you hear about a budget deficit, but if New Jersey really is a quarter-billion-dollars in the red for the Fiscal Year that ended June 30 it could affect your wallet.
As Gov. Chris Christie launches a new round of town hall meetings, he's returning to some familiar calls for changes: cutting taxes, eliminating payouts to public workers for unused sick time and pushing local governments to share services.
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