March 27, 2012 12:00 AM
The legislators are saying that they will only support Christie’s education legislation if it includes as much as half-a-billion dollars for various colleges and institutions in North Jersey.
Public debate has previously surrounded this issue, but it mainly focused on how to reorder higher education in South Jersey. This week, however, North Jersey lawmakers decided that it was time for them to get into the mix as well "
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