New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine said the cuts necessary to balance the budget during the economic downturn will put the state in a good position to begin reducing its overall debt load when the economy starts growing again.

Corzine, in an interview with The Bond Buyer last week, said he believes New Jersey - which has $32 billion of outstanding debt - will again focus on decreasing debt once revenues begin to grow again.

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