POVERTY HITS RECENT RECORD HIGH IN THE GARDEN STATE

This is not good news for the Christie administration.  Poverty has hit a near record high in the Garden State.  As of 2011, nearly 25 percent of all New Jersey residents were living in poverty.  However, the economy in New Jersey has recovered over the past two years.  Experts say these are the highest poverty numbers recorded in the state since the 1960 census.

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