New Jersey Gov. Christie Calls for Additional Pension Cuts

Slavin, Robert
February 2014
Investment Management Mandate Pipeline;2/26/2014, p1
The article reports that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie requested for additional cuts to the state's pension benefits to prevent them from crowding out other government goals, during his speech on February 2014. It cites Governor Christie's proposed plan for fiscal year 2015. It discusses the efforts of Governor Christie to roll back pension benefits and the commitment of the New Jersey government in ramping up its contributions to the pension system.


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