STATE REVENUE CONTINUES TO FALL BEHIND PROJECTIONS

The latest revenue figures from the state show New Jersey falling behind the projections. David Rosen, of the nonpartisan Office of Legislative Services, said that New Jersey will be short $526 by the end of June in 2015. Rosen said that projections are not matching the actual revenue coming into the state. New Jersey must have a balanced budget and suggested choices will have to be made before passing a budget document for the next fiscal year.

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