In his $34.4 billion budget proposal for the 2015 fiscal year, Gov. Chris Christie wants to tax electronic cigarettes at the same rate as traditional cigarettes. That tax hike proposal has one Democratic asking if that means the governor is open to other revenue raising taxes.
Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed Fiscal Year 2015 (FY 15) State Budget calls for spending $34.4 billion making the biggest budget ever for the Garden State. The governor said there is a reason for that. Mandated costs are driving up the budget while crowding out spending for other priorities.
Gov. Chris Christie will seek a $2.25 billion payment to the state pension system when he issues his proposed state budget at 2 p.m. today. This according to the following excerpts released at 6 a.m. this morning.
States across the country, including New York, are finding new and innovative ways to lure corporations, entrepreneurs, investors and developers, something the Garden State isn't doing enough of according to state business leaders.
Leading Republicans in the New Jersey Assembly say they understand and support the Democrat-controlled legislature's investigation into the Bridgegate scandal that continues to dog Gov. Chris Christie, but they also think a little multitasking wouldn't hurt.
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