In New Jersey, Several Challenges Face New Governor Corzine

Scarchilli, Michael
January 2006
Bond Buyer;1/18/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32300, p32
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The article focuses on the challenges facing Jon Corzine as the new governor of New Jersey. These include a looming budget gap, the transportation trust fund, and the school financing system. In his inaugural address, he mentioned about accountability, fiscal discipline, and reform. He also reiterated his commitment to property tax rebates.


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