Seems we have trouble some in Trenton that is causing a shut-down on all non-essential New Jersey services.
The Christie administration remains locked in a stalemate over school funding and the governor's desire to use state lottery revenue for the pension system, as well as extract $300 million from the reserve fund from the state's largest health insurance company, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, to pay for drug addiction treatment.
New Jersey state government remained shut down on Monday, except for emergency services. Gov. Chris Christie called lawmakers back into session at 10 a.m. to try to come to some kind of a deal.