The challenge of public unions. When Chris Christie became New Jersey’s governor, he wasted no time in identifying the chief perpetrators of his state’s fiscal catastrophe. Read More.
Facing a nearly $11 billion budget gap — as well as voters fed up with the sky-high taxes imposed on them to finance the state government’s profligacy — Christie moved swiftly to take on the unions representing New Jersey’s roughly 400,000 public employees.
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