Senator Kenny on the FY 2005 Budget Proposal

TRENTON – Senate Majority Leader Bernie Kenny, D-Hudson and member of the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee, issued the following comments today in response to the Governor’s Address on the Fiscal Year 2005 State Budget Proposal.

Senator Kenny on some of the positives in the Fiscal Year 2005 budget. OC – “…and his administration.” Senator Kenny on some of the positives in the Fiscal Year 2005 budget. OC – “…and his administration.” (0:50)

Senator Kenny on the Republican hypocrisy on criticising Democrats for providing municipal and school aid and property tax relief. OC – “… very good start.” Senator Kenny on the Republican hypocrisy on criticising Democrats for providing municipal and school aid and property tax relief. OC – “… very good start.” (1:04)

Senator Kenny on the difference between the FY 2005 budget and the budgets of the past two years. OC – “…positive for the people of New Jersey.” Senator Kenny on the difference between the FY 2005 budget and the budgets of the past two years. OC – “…positive for the people of New Jersey.” (1:05)

Senator Kenny on the FY 2005 budget impact on senior citizens. OC – “…and the Democratic Legislature.” Senator Kenny on the FY 2005 budget impact on senior citizens. OC – “…and the Democratic Legislature.” (1:03)

Senator Kenny on the FY 2005 budget impact on arts and cultural programs. OC – “…by ten million dollars.” Senator Kenny on the FY 2005 budget impact on arts and cultural programs. OC – “…by ten million dollars.” (0:36)