(AP) - Democratic New Jersey lawmakers are set to advance their own state budget in an effort to rebuff Gov. Chris Christie's version, which calls for cutting the planned state contribution for public employees' pensions. The spending plan to be introduced Tuesday calls for raising income taxes on payers with incomes over $1 million. That is a measure that the Republican governor opposes. ...

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