Unions update lawsuits over New Jersey pensions

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New Jersey Statehouse in Trenton

(AP) - A group of public workers unions have revised their lawsuits aimed at trying to compel New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to put pay more into pension funds. The unions are encouraged by a ruling in June that found the state does have a contractual obligation for full funding for pensions. But the judge also said the state's financial crunch was a valid reason not to make the previously...

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