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For your information, you can find below the description of the video What Will New Jersey Do With a $10 Billion Surplus? published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
New Jersey has a $10 billion budget surplus. Governor Phil Murphy, a Democrat, says he's putting one-fifth of it into an emergency fund. Republicans says the money should go back to taxpayers. He's on "Balance of Power."
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