N.J. Lawmakers Set Budget Showdown With Christie on Taxes
New Jersey Democrats, who control the state Legislature, passed a $31.7 billion budget that Governor Chris Christie, a Republican, has signaled he may oppose because it would delay a tax cut for residents.
The Assembly passed the measure 48-31, sending the spending plan to Christie, who has objected to conditions put on tax relief for residential property owners.
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