New Jersey Budget
Last week’s budget cuts from Trenton could leave financially distressed urban areas like Camden in serious trouble.
Christie says the move is necessary to shore up the state’s badly underfunded retirement systems. He predicts New Jersey’s fix will be emulated nationally by other states facing similar shortfalls.
A ruling Tuesday from the New Jersey Supreme Court orders the state to spend more money on the poorest school districts despite Governor Chris Christie’s efforts to balance the budget.
It’s Gov. Christie’s 40th town meeting since taking office, and he took Democrats to task for complaining about it.
Voters in most of New Jersey’s public school districts are being asked to approve budgets and elect board members today. The political atmosphere this year is far different from last.
When it comes to funding New Jersey public schools, voters seem to want to have it both ways, according to a new poll.
New Jersey officials are conceding a fact many drivers in the Garden State already know: the roads here are in bad shape. But they have a plan to fix them.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie does not seem worried with the findings of a judge that he failed to meet court requirements to fully fund poor school districts across the state.
by KYW’s David Madden New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is reviewing a task force report on privatizing state services in the name of economy.