Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) -- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will propose a $32.1 billion spending plan that is more than $2 billion higher than this year’s budget, according to four people who were briefed by members of Christie’s administration.
The people, who all work in the legislative branch, declined to be identified because they said they aren’t authorized to speak ahead of Christie’s budget address.
Michael Drewniak, a spokesman for Christie, declined to comment.
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