New Jersey Pulls the Plug on Public Works Project New Jersey Pulls the Plug on Public Works Project
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New Jersey Pulls the Plug on Public Works Project

by Kyla Fullenwider

October 12, 2010
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie reneged on the largest public works project in the United States. Weighing in at $8.7 billion dollars, the tunnel and rail project would have doubled the amount of commuter trains between New York and New Jersey, created 6,000 jobs, and taken 22,000 cars off the road according to CNN. Is Christie's fiscal concern real or just more political posturing?
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New Jersey Pulls the Plug on Public Works Project