N.J. structural deficit at $10.2B, nearly same as when Christie took office

assetContentTRENTON — New Jersey is more than $10 billion short on what it would cost to fully fund schools, pensions, transportation projects, Medicaid and other programs, according to an estimate prepared by the state’s nonpartisan Office of Legislative Services and obtained by NJ Advance Media. The newly estimated structural deficit, first reported by NJ Spotlight, has…

Posted: July 28th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Chris Christie, New Jersey State Budget, News | Tags: , , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “N.J. structural deficit at $10.2B, nearly same as when Christie took office”

  1. Keen Eye said at 1:53 pm on July 29th, 2015:

    One positive action that he could have taken was to choose better judges. That would have helped.

    But the major fault that I give to Christie is that he is not publicly discussing the cause of the problems – an electorate that demands big government Democrats and big government Republicans. Christie is not the straight talker that many people think.