GROUP SAYS PRIVATIZING STATE SERVICES WILL COST NJ MONEY

A coalition of community groups held a press conference Monday in New Jersey saying the state of New Jersey will lose out in the long term if it privatizes certain government functions. The group “Coalition on Privatization” held a press conference and announced that the state would enjoy short term savings but long term losses if it pushes forward with plans on farming out some government functions to the private sector. The group believes that higher fees and declining services may result if the state privatizes certain government operations. Governor Chris Christie has lobbied for the privatization of some state operations, including toll collections.

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