Banks Protected by Automatic Tax Increases but Not NJ Employee Retirements

In 2015 the court ruled that raising taxes to bolster underfunded pensions is unconstitutional. But Murphy’s Laws are designed to make sure the banks get paid with automatic tax increases. This will lead to a downward economic spiral in which the banks are protected but NJ employee retirements are not.

Click link below 19 page “Amicus Curiae” (friend of the court) brief filed by with the NJ Supreme Court last Friday which contains all details.


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  • David Goloff

    Go from being on a news blackout to dynamic truther and propaganda buster without becoming a journalist nor blogger.

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