N.J.'s income tax isn't always a dependable revenue source: Opinion

February 4, 2015

Op-ed by Richard F. Keevey is a Senior Policy Fellow at the Bloustein School of Planning & Policy, Rutgers University and a Visiting Professor at the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University. He was the former Budget Director & Comptroller for two New Jersey governors, one from each political party.

NJ.com, Feb. 4

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