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August 16, 2018

In the News

The Long Bull Market Has Failed to Fix Public Pensions

New Jersey Lawmakers Try to Wrangle Pension Problem

Saving New Jersey, if That’s Possible


How New Jersey’s Top Lawmaker Plans to Fix the Pension System


NJ Panel Calls for Overhauling Pensions, Schools and More


States Turn to New Tool to Sustain Pension System Funding


Top Dem proposes major change on health care benefits for N.J. school employees

Reforms needed to move N.J. forward | Feedback

GOP lawmaker: Dems and GOP legislators must unite on pension, benefits reform | Opinion

A bipartisan plan to fix N.J. – reform pensions, public worker health benefits | Opinion

Why progressives should back Sweeney’s spending cuts | Moran

Gov. Sweeney strikes again, with bold plan to cut spending | Moran

Protect N.J. state workers’ pensions with reforms | Feedback

N.J. future depends on adopting spending reforms | Feedback

Huge change for N.J.: Public worker benefit cuts, merging schools, more toll roads pushed by top lawmaker.

Hundreds of N.J. school districts should be eliminated, experts say. Here’s the list

All you need to know about huge changes pushed for N.J. schools, property taxes, pensions and tolls


 

Editorial: Health benefits changes welcome; more needed

Analysis: NJ economic growth won’t sustain Murphy’s agenda, adding pressure to raise taxes

NJ is looking for a solution to high taxes. Combining school districts may be one of them


NJ state budget: The cupboard is bare

Pressure officials to act on fiscal reform recommendations: Letter

Is tax relief on the way?

Time for public to speak on NJ’s fiscal crisis: Reinhart

NJ spending cut task force report dead on arrival? Editorial


Poll: New Jerseyans say they’re overtaxed, state not doing enough to ease burden

Sweeney to Murphy: Join me in cutting costs and you could be president

Sweeney task force: Cut pension and health benefits, merge school districts



Opinion: Our fiscal house is fragile on two counts

S&P NOTES PROGRESS BUT RANKS NJ’S AMONG WORST-FUNDED PENSION SYSTEMS

SWEENEY PANEL PROPOSES ‘401(K) PENSION’ FOR SOME STATE, LOCAL WORKERS

PUBLIC PENSION FUNDS BEAT EXPECTATIONS FOR 2018, MIGHT BE HARD TO REPEAT

SARLO ANNOUNCES MONEY-SAVING REFORMS OF PUBLIC-EMPLOYEE MEDICAL CLAIMS

OPINION: A GOOD START TOWARD A MULTIYEAR BUDGET STRATEGY FOR NEW JERSEY

OPINION: NEW JERSEY’S SHORT-TERM FISCAL FIXES MEAN LONG-TERM DISASTER

SWEENEY SAYS IT’S TIME TO GET SERIOUS ABOUT CONSOLIDATING SCHOOLS IN NEW JERSEY

EXPLAINER: PLATINUM VERSUS GOLD HEALTH-INSURANCE PLANS FOR NJ PUBLIC WORKERS

CUT PUBLIC-WORKER BENEFITS, MERGE SCHOOL DISTRICTS — SWEENEY PANEL RECOMMENDS

EXPRESS TOLL LANES COULD HELP NJ MOTORISTS STEER CLEAR OF CONGESTION


Our view: Sweeney candid on pensions in push for true fiscal reform

Sweeney touts pension overhaul plan to make New Jersey more affordable

South Jersey school officials talk consolidation after Sweeney report


Senador Sweeney Propone Audaz Plan para Reducir Costos


Senate president’s group proposes ambitious economic, fiscal reforms


Sweeney task force recommends pension and benefits reforms, consolidating schools


A Tough Negotiator Proves Employers Can Bargain Down Health Care Prices


Fixing public pensions with private creativity

Finding a way to fix New Jersey’s financial woes

Meet the ‘czars’ trying to sell New Jersey towns on sharing services


A Bipartisan Legislative Initiative to Address a Bleak State Budget Situation


LETTER: State must be aggressive with fiscal reforms

EDITORIAL: Tough sale ahead on school consolidations


LETTER: Sweeney’s ambitious plan to make NJ affordable


New Jersey CPAs Cite Sweeney Group’s Small Business, Property Tax and S Corp Recommendations as Good for NJ Economy

Sweeney-Backed Bipartisan Working Group Recommend Gold Instead of Platinum Health Benefits for Government Employees


NJCPA Endorses NJ Economic and Fiscal Policy Workgroup’s Pension and Benefit Reform Recommendations in Path to Progress Report

NJ CPAs Cite Sweeney Group’s Small Business, Property Tax and S Corp Recommendations as Good for NJ Economy


Tough Choices Required to Save NJ from Looming Fiscal Crisis


CCSNJ Applauds Recommendations of Economic & Fiscal Policy Workgroup


Sweeney: Public must get ‘angry as hell’ for fiscal fixes to work

Policy group makes sweeping proposals to fix state ‘in crisis’


The biggest problem facing N.J. … and why it still isn’t talked about enough

Byrne says solving state’s pension shortfall requires bigger ideas

Consolidation, if done right, can succeed

Bipartisan group offers recommendations on tax structure


Legislative Group Report Says 401(k)-style Plans Should Replace NJ Pensions


JERSEY CPAS BACK SWEENEY’S PLANS TO BOOST NJ ECONOMY


NJSBA Comments on Economic and Fiscal Policy Workgroup Recommendations

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