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Deadline For NJ Senate To Take Action On Public Worker Pension Amendment

Posted in Public Employment Pension Crisis
As reported by NJ.com, Senate leaders have spent weeks trying to build a supermajority to override Governor Chris Christie’s opposition to a Transportation Trust Fund tax package, a plan that also holds the fate of a voter referendum on public worker pensions.  And for the last week, they’ve said they’re within a vote or two… Continue Reading

Bill That Would Allow NJ Public Workers To Opt Out Of Joining Union Has No Chance to Pass, Sheila Oliver Says

Posted in Uncategorized
  As reported by nj.com, labor leaders in New Jersey, still licking their wounds after losing a fight over pension and health benefits in the Democratic Legislature last month, are being told a new anti-union bill does not stand a chance.  The leader of the state Assembly told The Associated Press that New Jersey won’t… Continue Reading

Sweeney Says He Is Drafting Bill To Change Pension, Benefits System for Public Workers

Posted in Uncategorized
  As reported by nj.com, Senate President Stephen Sweeney said today he plans to introduce legislation to increase health and pension benefits payments for public workers and that the Budget and Appropriation Committee will hold a hearing on it next week. Sweeney and Governor Chris Christie have reached an agreement on the measure, but Assembly… Continue Reading
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