Tuition at Rutgers has increased 10 percent since Gov. Chris Christie took office because he "cut funding for higher education."
Context, context, context
"To hear Gov. Christie tell it, everything in New Jersey is going just fine. Well I see another New Jersey with 400,000 unemployed. One of the worst jobless rates in the country. Working and middle class families have seen costs soar, from property taxes to college tuition."
Not eliminated forever
Says the pension and health benefits reform "eliminated collective bargaining for health benefits."
There's no I in team
"I have the experience as Senate Budget Chair of cutting $4.5 billion in spending -- to close the deficit while protecting education and health care."
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