The report finds that In New Jersey, Medicaid expansion will produce net savings of $353 million this fiscal year and $355 million next year.
Our hope is he takes the opportunity to streamline and improve the program, as the Mount Laurel rulings have resulted in the construction of an estimated 60,000 homes.
House Republicans, including all 6 from NJ, approved a continuing resolution on Friday that “would strip all funding for President Obama’s health care law, setting up another fiscal showdown.”
In NJ, 22 percent of households pay more than 50 percent of income for housing, as median home values and rents are among the highest in the country.
NJ has established a website to provide information on how the $1.8 billion in CDBG-DR money can be accessed and how it is being spent.