Top Democrats dismiss Christie's tax cut plan

TRENTON - (AP) - Top Democrats in the New Jersey state Legislature say they do not intend to consider Gov. Chris Christie's latest tax cut plan.

Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver and Senate President Stephen Sweeney both said Monday that they do not intend to vote on the governor's plans to reduce property taxes over four years.

They say they have already compromised with him by adopting a state budget that includes some property tax relief if the state brings in enough revenue to afford it.

For Democrats' dismissal of Christie's tax cut plan, go to channel 612 on your iO digital cable box and select iO Extra.

Christie tells Legislature of his latest tax plan

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