New Jersey residents want cut to state payroll

    By: Mary Fuchs

    Governor Jon Corzine has a lot riding on his proposal to let New Jersey’s towns skip their payments into the state pension system. But a new poll says more New Jersey residents think the governor should concentrate on cutting the state’s payroll. WHYY’s Mary Fuchs has more.

    By: Mary Fuchs

    Governor Jon Corzine has a lot riding on his proposal to let New Jersey’s towns skip their payments into the state pension system. But a new poll says more New Jersey residents think the governor should concentrate on cutting the state’s payroll. WHYY’s Mary Fuchs has more.

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