Garden State business leaders warn of very bad things to come if voters approve a ballot question this November that would amend the constitution to increase the state's minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $8.25 and then adjust it annually based on the rate of inflation.
Although the State Senate Budget Committee did not vote on a budget billTuesday as expected, the spending plan legislation should still be put to bed far in advance of the midnight June 30 constitutional deadline.
In February, Governor Chris Christie proposed a $32.9 billion State Budget, and hearings on the spending plan have been going on for months and closed-door negotiations have been taking place for weeks.
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