Thursday, July 14, 2011

N.J. Assembly to Hold Hearing on Cuts

TRENTON, N.J. –- As part of Democrats’ effort to highlight the impact of Gov. Chris Christie's cuts programs benefiting New Jersey's middle-class and poor, the Assembly Budget Committee will meet next Tuesday to hear testimony how the cuts affect programs that serve children.
"Gov. Christie's cuts hit working class New Jerseyans hard across the board, but his cuts to vital programs for children are among the harshest anyone has ever seen," said Assembly Budget Chairman Lou Greenwald (D-Camden). "The impact of these cuts demand immediate attention, and we're committed to trying to find a way to make sure these programs continue to serve children suffering through horrific cases of abuse, illness and poverty."

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