The state’s tax relief plan should be better balanced according to several Democratic lawmakers. Gov. Chris Christie’s plan calls for a flat 10 percent cut across the board. Because it is 10 percent, wealth residents would get a higher cut than middle and lower class residents. The nonpartisan Office of Legislative Services provided the analysis, saying it would only provide modest help to the state’s middle class.
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