MORE BUDGET CUTS COULD BE COMING, STATE COMING UP SHORT IN REVENUE

464px-Seal_of_New_Jersey_svgGov. Chris Christie may not be done cutting from the budget. A new budget review shows the state $250 million below projections, through the end of the next fiscal year, according to a report by the Star-Ledger. The number originated from the Office of Legislative Services, which is the nonpartisan arm of the state government. The state is required under law to have a balanced budget and Christie will likely have to rework a budget proposal to reflect the new changes.

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