New Jersey braces for cuts sought by the governor
New York Times, February 28, 2008
New Jersey residents are bracing for the upheaval that Gov. Jon S. Corzine's plan to reduce the state work force by 3,000 people and eliminate three government departments is expected to cause. Cuts in charity care, for example, will probably lead to the shuttering of hospital emergency rooms serving some of the state's poorest communities.
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