No mention of Atlantic City during Christie's budget address

Governor Christie told the State Legislature in his annual budget address Tuesday that “fiscal restraint” is the key principle in his call for $34.8 billion in State appropriations.

“The days of taxing and spending and wasting taxpayer money are over,” said Christie. “We’ve put New Jersey’s financial house in order, and we’re going to keep it that way.”

That sounded a lot like Christie’s recent comments regarding Atlantic City, which is in such a dire financial situation that Mayor Don Guardian last month suggested that bankruptcy might be unavoidable if new funding wasn’t finalized by March 31.

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Source: North Jersey

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