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- It's dangerous to assume too much. // Northern New Jersey Business;2/22/95, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p14
Editorial. Comments on the assumption of New Jersey Gov. Whitman's new budget that the state government has the ability to reduce the size of its workforce. Employee-reduction scenario contained in the budget plan; Number of government employees projected to be eliminated in 1996; How...
- Some slippery statistics. Scarry, Donald M. // Northern New Jersey Business;5/31/95, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p22
Comments on the budget proposals of New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman. Office of Legislative Services' comments on the budget's revenue forecasts; Expected savings from privatization proposals; Job conditions of replacement workers.
- Pension bonds to help N.J. Anand, Vineeta // Pensions & Investments;2/3/1997, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p3
Reports that New Jersey's Governor Christine Todd Whitman planned to balance the state's budget through the sale of pension obligation bonds. Projections on the amount of money to be generated from the sale; Why the state incurred 3.4 billion in pension debts; How this measure will benefit the...
- The Whitman hoax. Wiesberg, Jacob // New York;3/27/95, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p34
Reports that though New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman is known for her income-tax cut measures, in reality, her state taxes and spends more than ever. Public's belief that income-tax cuts is linked to property-tax increases; Amount the state spends on education; High budget proposed by...
- Whitman Unveils N.J.'s Largest Budget: $23.2 Billion. Higginbotham, Stacey // Bond Buyer;01/24/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31063, p3
Reports on New Jersey governor Christine Todd Whitman's unveiling of her fiscal 2002 budget. Whitman's call for increased spending on education; Her failure to address the stranded costs associated with outstanding solid-waste bonds; Possibility that state Senate President Donald Francesco will...
- N.J.'s Whitman urges greater voter say over local tax hikes in state address. Demenchuk, Michael // Bond Buyer;01/14/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30310, p30
Reports on New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman's proposal to force local governments to obtain voter approval when they try to raise property taxes faster than the rate of inflation. Use of state of the state address in January 1998 to issue the proposal; Concerns about rising property...
- Her other promise. // Business News New Jersey;06/30/97, Vol. 10 Issue 22, p12
Editorial. Argues that election-year budgets are always excessive, focusing on New Jersey's state budget for fiscal 1998. Reference to the fulfillment of promises made by Governor Christine Whitman; Speculation on Whitman's accomplishments in her four-year tenure.
- Numbers games. Sloan, Allan // Newsweek;9/30/1996, Vol. 128 Issue 14, p48
Explains why Bob Dole cannot handle a tax-cut for the United States in the same way that Governor Christine Todd Whitman did for New Jersey. Bob Dole's supporting his vision of cutting taxes while balancing the budget by invoking Governor Whitman's success; What the governor did to New Jersey's...
- Republican Response. Whitman, Christie // Congressional Digest;Mar1995, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p67
Presents excerpts from New Jersey Governor Christie Whitman's State of the Union Response delivered January 24, 1995. Financial issues; Tax increases; Welfare reform; Opposition to the balanced budget amendment.