Sweeney again says state government could shut down without a deal on school funding

TRENTON — Senate President Stephen Sweeney on Monday said he plans to meet with Gov. Chris Christie this week on the state budget — a negotiating session that could deliver a small dose of school reform or a messy government shutdown. If Christie won’t play ball on a school funding deal Democratic leaders reached last week,…

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Posted: June 19th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: New Jersey, News | Tags: , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “Sweeney again says state government could shut down without a deal on school funding”

  1. Oh, horrors! said at 10:45 am on June 24th, 2017:

    Shut down what’s left of the formerly-proud, industrious, historic city of Trenton? So they could not pass more regulations, rules, and tax increases? So they could not disperse bureaucrats into the hinterlands to enforce them all, and butt into all aspects of our lives? Sounds like a winner to me, and a breath of much- needed fresh air and relief! I’d rather pay them to just stay home and be “important,” frankly- we’d probably be able to relax and keep a bit more of our own money, for a change!


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