Do public double dippers help or hurt taxpayers?

April 12, 2015

That’s the dilemma before New Jersey taxpayers, said Marc Pfeiffer, assistant director at the Rutgers University Bloustein Local Government Research Center: “(Taxpayers) may be getting a bargain, but the price of that bargain is that you might have individuals who seem excessively compensated, either on a day-to-day basis or for pension purposes.”

Courier Post, April 12

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