By Larry Yudelson
July 9, 2015
A decision in Trenton made day-school parents happy last week.
Last week was when New Jersey’s new budget took effect — a late June rollercoaster wherein the governor’s original proposed budget is modified by the legislature before finally facing potential line item vetoes. For the Jewish organizational lobbyists who spend the year working the halls of Trenton, not until June 26, when Governor Chris Christie signed the $34 billion budget, did they know if their past year’s work had paid off.
Well, now they know. And they are pleased.
“It was a successful budget season,” said Joshua Pruzansky, who heads the Orthodox Union’s New Jersey political arm.
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