New Jersey Poverty Rate Grows More in Working Class Parts of the State

Poverty rate growing in N.J.’s working-class towns, census data shows |

Manufacturing and construction have taken a beating and the state government is incapable of reacting to the decline in those sectors of the state economy.

The Christie administration does not even have the shadow of a plan to minimize  and effectively counteract the effects of the national downturn.

The nation as a whole is doing better than New Jersey.

Only the drastic reforms which I have presented in my program have the possibility of re-energizing New Jersey’s economy.