Budget progress, New Jersey-style

     Brigid Harrison (image via Facebook)

    Brigid Harrison (image via Facebook)

    Pennsylvania lawmakers might look to Trenton for inspiration. Without any debate, a $34.8 billion spending plan proposed by New Jersey Democratic legislative leaders for the fiscal year beginning Friday passed in the New Jersey Assembly just after midnight. The proposal largely eliminates a previously bipartisan approach to restoring the Transportation Trust Fund. Brigid Harrison, professor of political science and law at Montclair State University, joined NewsWorks Tonight’s Dave Heller to take a closer look.

    You can hear their conversation below.

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