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Chris Christie veto expected on New Jersey budget

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TRENTON, N.J. — Gov. Chris Christie is expected to sign a state budget, but not before doing major surgery to it with line-item vetoes. Under the state constitution, New Jersey must have a balanced budget in place before the new fiscal year begins on Tuesday. The Democrat-controlled Legislature did its part last week by passing a $34.1 billion spending plan. It is certain Christie will not keep...

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