New Jersey may opt to leverage corporate business tax revenues to help finance capital projects for state parks and historic sites, a move away from its current pay-as-you-go strategy.

Lisa Jackson, the state’s commissioner of environmental protection, announced the idea before the Senate Environment Committee on Monday and said borrowing could generate more funds for environmental infrastructure projects.

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