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premium content Bipartisan panel confronts ballooning funding obligations 'We just can't get there'

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Senate President Stephen Sweeney told NJBIZ that if all New Jersey can fund are pensions and health care, “I think people in this state are going to get pretty pissed off.”
Senate President Stephen Sweeney told NJBIZ that if all New Jersey can fund are pensions and health care, “I think people in this state are going to get pretty pissed off.” - ()

In 1997, then-Republican Gov. Christine Todd Whitman pushed forward a plan that would capitalize on the bull market of the time as a way to fund New Jersey's public employee pension fund.

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