N.J. business subsidies have soared since Christie took office

04/1/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

New Jersey's subsidies and tax breaks for businesses averaged $10.4 million a month from 2000 to 2010, but have increased to $53 million a month since Gov. Chris Christie took office, according to a study by New Jersey Policy Perspective. The amount of the incentives given to individual businesses seems "outsized" when compared with what other states offer, said Gordon MacInnes, the group's president.

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