Updated: Jul 4
May 18, 2023 | njspotlightnews.org
Pictured: Elizabeth Maher Muoio at an Assembly Budget Committee hearing on May 17, 2023.
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No major spending cuts or other drastic budget changes are looming in New Jersey despite a sizable outlook revision that has reduced state tax forecasts by more than $1 billion with only a few weeks left in the fiscal year.
That was the message delivered to lawmakers on Wednesday (5/17) by state Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio as she detailed lower- than-expected April tax collections, but also ways a bolstered state budget surplus has prevented the need for “emergency budgetary actions.”
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