NJ paves way on public worker benefits
The nation's financial downturn left many states in such a precarious position that they were forced this year to make tough decisions on expensive but long-untouchable public employee benefits.
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#1 Jul 4, 2011
New Jersey also has a large immigrant community who will back the Democrats no matter what. Housing prices have dropped and Section 8 has gone up. It is time to hide your money if you have any.
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