New Jersey's Greenwald Interview About Budget, Revenue

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May 17 (Bloomberg) -- New Jersey Assemblyman Louis Greenwald, a Democrat who chairs the Budget Committee, talks with Bloomberg's Terrence Dopp about a report that revenue may top Governor Christie's forecasts. Revenue may beat Christie's forecasts by $914 million through June 2012 because of rising income-tax receipts, according to a revised estimate by the Office of Legislative Services. (Source: Bloomberg)

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