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Stop Chris Christie's tax cut for the rich!

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Stop Chris Christie's tax cut for the rich!

To be delivered to The New Jersey State House and The New Jersey State Senate

Petition Statement

No more tax cuts for the rich paid for by New Jersey's 99%.
There are currently 6,834 signatures. NEW goal - We need 7,500 signatures!

Petition Background

On Monday night Chris Christie laid out the centerpiece of his second term agenda: another expensive tax cut for New Jersey’s top 1%.

Sounding more like someone running for the Iowa Republican caucus than the Governor of a blue state, Christie demanded legislators make even deeper cuts to public investments like education and public safety to make way for his tax cut for the rich.

Over the last four years Governor Christie has cut taxes for corporations and the wealthy and paid for it with billions in cuts to our schools and communities, green jobs programs and scholarships for college students. Passing Christie’s ridiculous tax cut would mean even deeper job-killing cuts, and as much as 40% of it would go to New Jersey’s richest 1%.

We need to remind our legislators that they were elected to stand strong against Christie’s worst impulses and fight for policies that will benefit working families rather than the wealthy, and we need to do it now.

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