A plan that was released last week that would allow New Jersey to only pay back about half of the money it was supposed to has not been formalized. U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg announced that the state would be able to keep $128 million if it goes into future projects. Gov. Chris Christie said that the state has not received any offer. He has hired an attorney firm to fight the charge by the Feds that says the state owes $271 for the cancelled project.