New Jersey Governor Cuts Spending, Taxes In Budget PlanNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie held fast to his national reputation for fiscal discipline amid the widespread financial crisis that’s hit U.S. states, unveiling a $29.4 billion state budget Tuesday that calls for heftier contributions from state workers for pension and health care benefits.

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