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It's official. Governor Chris Christie signed into law legislation which sets the parameters of public employee health and pension benefits. The unions can no longer take advantage of each individual municipality and school district in a race to grab the biggest piece of the pie.
Christie, who signed the bill flanked by a bipartisan cast of mayors, said passage of the bill is his biggest legislative victory since taking office.
"It is important moment for the state of New Jersey, for its citizens, its taxpayers and New Jersey has once again become a model for America," Christie said at the bill signing.
Starting on Friday, public employees across all levels of government will pay an additional percent of their pay into the pension system.
Employees will begin to pay more for their health insurance when their contracts expire. For those without contracts or with contracts that have already expired, the increased payments could begin as soon as January, when new health insurance plans are expected to be completed.
You know what this means, right?
Chris Christie is 2 for 3 on the WyBlog Christie For President Checklist!
Now he's tamed the unions.
Isn't it time Chris Christie punched some hippies?
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