NJ Supreme Court rules in favor of Christie in pension case

TRENTON, N.J. — The New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that public workers do not have a legally enforceable contract to greater pension funding, handing Republican Gov. Chris Christie a significant victory in a yearlong battle with public-sector unions. Even though a 2011 law Christie signed explicitly granted workers a contractual right to pension funding,…

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  1. When the first corporate trade case comes down on NJ taxpayers post TPP the debt limitation will prove to have no application.

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