Christie: Unfavorable pension ruling won't shut NJ

Gov. Chris Christie says state government won't shut

Gov. Chris Christie says state government won't shut down if a trial court judge rules New Jersey can't skip a portion of its pension payment to balance the budget. (June 16, 2014 10:35 PM)

(AP) -- Gov. Chris Christie says state government won't shut down if a trial court judge rules New Jersey can't skip a portion of its pension payment to balance the budget.

Appearing Monday on his monthly radio call-in program, Christie said the administration would appeal if a judge issues an unfavorable ruling.

Several unions sued the administration after Christie announced plans to...

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