Trio of Proposed Ballot Questions Could Reshape NJ’s Financial Future

New Jersey voters could play a big role next year in determining what the state’s fiscal landscape will look like for the next several decades, thanks to a flurry of proposed ballot questions that Democratic legislative leaders have introduced.

At stake if three proposed constitutional amendments all pass legislative hurdles in the coming months is funding for the state Transportation Trust Fund and the public-employee pension system, as well as the future of Atlantic City’s in-state monopoly on legalized gambling.

Taken together, the three issues represent arguably the biggest problems left unresolved by Gov. Chris Christie during his two terms in office -- the soon to be broke transportation fund, the grossly underfunded pension system, and the economic collapse of Atlantic City.

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