STATE STILL WORKING ON PRIVITIZATION

New Jersey lawmakers have yet to make a decision on what aspects on government are going to be privatized. The state budget that was passed relies on $50 million in savings from privatization. Discussion is on-going in Trenton, but no decision has been made. A report was released earlier this year that detailed how the state could eventually save over $200 million a year by privatizing areas like rest areas, concession stands, toll collection, and motor vehicle inspection.

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