Public Unions and Brigantine

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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