Stimulus Hoped to Jolt New Jersey Economy

Fitzgerald, Beth
February 2009
njbiz;2/16/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p3
This article suggests that New Jersey's economy will benefit from the federal stimulus bill in 2009. As stated, $1 billion infrastructure budget will be allocated to the state under the stimulus package. A total of $789 billion in tax cuts and spending are said to be included in the package. The state's economic slump led to several job losses in the private sector in 2008.


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