Gov. Chris Christie is taking aim at non-profits. A report by the Star-Ledger says that the Governor is looking to create a salary cap for what a CEO can make for these companies. The top amount suggested anyone could bring in is $141,000. There are caps put in place depending upon the overall budget of the company. A non-profit with a budget of $5 to $10 million would cap a CEO at $119,850. The report says there could more than 32 people currently making more than this new structure would allow for.