TRENTON — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Tuesday delivered his first state of the state address, pledging to reform the state’s tax structure and continue spending cuts.

In his speech, the Republican governor  pushed his ongoing initiatives: fiscal discipline, further pension and health-care reform to help address growing retirement costs, and education reform, including increasing the number of charter schools in the state.

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