Democratic lawmakers in New Jersey are ready to restore millions of dollars in state aid to cities that need it the most. The democrats have introduced a new law that would restore millions of dollars to the poorest cities. Governor Chris Christie cut that aid about six months ago. Christie says the state already faces a $120 million shortfall, but he’s open to discussing a proposal to give some money back to the cities.
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