Christie Pans Democratic Proposal to Double N.J.’s Fuel TaxBy and
New Jersey governor says transportation plan not fair enough
Second-term Republican speaks to business leaders about plan
Governor Chris Christie said Democratic lawmakers’ $20 billion roadwork-funding proposal, which would more than double New Jersey’s levy on gasoline while phasing out the estate tax, doesn’t go far enough to create “tax fairness.”
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