Lawmakers seek to give N.J. workers back pay from shutdown

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TRENTON — The leaders of both houses of the New Jersey Legislature are seeking to secure back pay for the tens of thousands of state workers furloughed during the recent state government shutdown — and they’re taking two different approaches. State Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto is calling on Gov. Chris Christie to use his executive authority…

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