(TRENTON) — Top Legislative Democrats on Monday issued a multimedia package on the Democratic plan to eliminate Gov. Chris Christie’s proposals to hit senior and disabled citizens with increased prescription drug fees and slash their property tax relief.
The plan to protect New Jersey’s most vulnerable residents calls for restoring a one-year income tax surcharge on the 16,000 New Jerseyans with taxable incomes of at least $1 million. The millionaire’s tax would raise $637 million and eliminate Christie’s plans to force senior citizens to pay more for prescription drugs while slashing their property tax relief.
The multimedia package consists of a video of the leader’s news conference and media availability on the plan, in its entirety, audio of the same and a press release from top Democrats on their proposal.
The audio file is available upon request.
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