Sweeney assails Christie on N.J. economy

April 28, 2015
A recent forecast by Rutgers University economist Nancy Mantell projected that New Jersey wouldn’t reach its prerecession peak of 4.09 million jobs until mid-2017. By contrast, the national economy had recovered all the jobs it lost in the recession by May 2014.

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