New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie last week announced that state tax revenue through June 30, the end of fiscal 2010, are expected to come in $1.1 billion below budgeted estimates.

Conversely, the previous administration insists that after taking into account spending cuts, the state on Jan. 14 showed a surplus of $496 million.

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