New Jersey lawmakers yesterday postponed a vote on a $28.6 billion fiscal 2010 budget and a measure to expand tax increment financing after Gov. Jon Corzine announced that an extra $600 million or more in revenue from the state’s tax amnesty program would help restore property tax rebates that had earlier been cut.

The Legislature will take up the bills Thursday after additional budget hearings on Monday. Fiscal 2010 begins July 1.

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