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NJ Must Make Painful Fixes to Reverse the Fiscal Crisis

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New Jersey state government is staring down a fiscal crisis. This summer, Governor Murphy and the New Jersey state legislature passed major tax hikes and proposed structural reforms and spending cuts. But without significant reforms to the state’s pensions, these well-intentioned efforts will be meaningless. Scott Shepard explains why in an op-ed for the New Jersey Star-Ledger. Read it here: NJ Must Make Painful Fixes to Reverse the Fiscal Crisis

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New Jersey state government is staring down a fiscal crisis. This summer, Governor Murphy and the New Jersey state legislature passed major tax hikes and proposed structural reforms and spending cuts. But without significant reforms to the state’s pensions, these well-intentioned efforts will be meaningless. Scott Shepard explains why in an op-ed for the New Jersey Star-Ledger.

Read it here: NJ Must Make Painful Fixes to Reverse the Fiscal Crisis

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