As reported by Politickernj.com, after the New Jersey Supreme Court announced it would hear a case from Governor Chris Christie’s administration over the State’s decision to cut $1.6 billion from this year’s slated payment for the public pension and benefit, it drew a somewhat muted reaction from one union leader who has vocally opposed

As reported by NJ.com, after tax collections came up short last spring and plunged Governor Chris Christie’s state budget into chaos, lawmakers say bug changes are needed on how the State prepares a spending plan and shares information about it to the public.  Sponsor Gary Schaer (D-Passaic), chairman of the Assembly Budget Committee that