Lower revenue figures won’t stop a tax cut in New Jersey. Gov. Chris Christie said his staff would look into the lower than expected revenue numbers, but does not believe that will stop the state from being able to cut taxes by 10 percent over three years. The state is currently three percent behind revenue figures for the fiscal year. A budget address is coming in Feb. from Christie as a look ahead to the next fiscal year.
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