Legal battles continue to plague N.J. affordable-housing policy

01/8/2014 | (Hackensack, N.J.)

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration is taking "a litigation posture" regarding a looming deadline from the state Supreme Court to overhaul New Jersey's public housing system. Battles over the system that Christie and past mayors have said is too complex and broken have hampered development of affordable-housing units in New Jersey for a decade, leaving $165 million unused in the state's housing trust fund.

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