A new report says the pension system in New Jersey still has a lot of issues. The Star-Ledger reports that the Christie administration says it won’t be making full pension payments until 2018, and by that point will have to kick in $5 billion. The state has only paid $500 million this budget year. Taxpayers are going to still face the brunt of increase pension payments in order to keep the system going. The downturn in the economy and the lack of state payments has resulted in a huge unfunded pension liability.