Looking much like a presidential candidate, Gov. Chris Christie outlined his plan for tax reform in a speech at the University of New Hampshire on Tuesday. Christie called for reducing the number of income tax rates from six to three, and reducing the top income tax rate from nearly 40 percent to no higher than 28 percent. Many details of the governor’s proposals were outlined both in his speech and an article in the Wall Street Journal. Christie now says he will decide if he will run for president by the end of June.