Local governments in New Jersey are receiving statewide savings of $116 million for fiscal 2013 due to the state’s pension reforms, Gov. Chris Christie announced last week.

The reforms, signed into law in June 2011, have resulted in over $43 million in local government savings from the Police and Firemen’s Retirement Systems and over $72 million from the Public Employees’ Retirement System, according to the Republican governor.

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