STATE HAS LARGER DEBT BEFORE CHRISTIE BUDGET ADDRESS

The State of New Jersey has increased its long term debt in advance of a major budget address next week by Governor Chris Christie.  His administration announced that the state’s long term debt has increased to $78.4 billion largely due to pension and health care benefits paid by the state.  New Jersey remains one of the top five most indebted states in the country.

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