Putting Focus on New Spending or Reducing Debt

Polistina, Vince
February 2009
njbiz;2/9/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p12
The article addresses issues facing New Jersey amid a national recession, from the point of view of a Democrat and a Republican. It argues that programs that put people back to work need to be a top focus of any economic stimulus package. It suggests that the federal stimulus package funding should be used to reduce the state's crushing debt load.


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