It starts here:
Two weeks ago, timed precisely to coincide with Governor Christie’s budget address, New Jersey’s Study Commission on Pension and Health Benefits released a report that calls for substantive changes in the ways that the state structures pension and health benefits for public employees.
As one might expect with such a politically-fraught topic, denouncers of the Commissioners “Roadmap to Resolution” showed up in droves, easily outnumbering Commission members and their biggest booster, Governor Chris Christie. Here’s a run-down of the major players invested in the outcome of the Commission’s recommendations.
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