Some viewers say they're tired of the blame game

EDISON - Some viewers who saw the Kane in Your Corner investigations of Assemblyman and former Wayne Mayor Scott Rumana say that New Jersey residents need to wake up and realize their taxes pay the salaries of elected officials.

There were also reactions to the botched application for the 'Race to The Top' funding. The error cost the state $400 million in education funding.

Former Education Commissioner Bret Schundler has admitted to making the mistake.

NJ assemblyman may have broken election rules

Blame game continues over $400 million in lost funding

Viewers point blame at Christie for 'Race to the Top' error

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