April 24, 2010

A TAX REVOLT grows in New Jersey. “Median tax bills in six Garden State counties are among the 10 highest in all of America. As a share of income, levies in Passaic and Essex lead the nation — with Bergen, Union, Hunterdon and Hudson not far behind. School boards — and teachers unions that refused concessions — must have been dreaming if they thought voters would rubber-stamp tax hikes yet again. No, this time taxpayers were paying . . . attention.”

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