Since Gov. Chris Christie doesn’t want to negotiate health benefit with public unions, the unions presented their health care plan on Thursday. The plan they presented to the media, included the workers paying 1.5 percent of their salary and 8.5 percent of their premiums. Also, there would be a slight increase on the co-pays that the employees paid for prescription drugs. Christie has said this topic is off the table, and wants union workers to pay 30 percent of their health care costs.