Furlough closes state courts in NJ

June 29, 2009 7:31:40 AM PDT
State courts in New Jersey are closed Monday because employees are on furlough. County probation offices and business offices are also closed.

Chief Justice Stuart Rabner in May ordered judiciary employees to take two unpaid days off in response to the fiscal crisis.

Other state agencies canceled their furlough days in June because of ongoing negotiations with state worker unions.

Municipal courts remain open.

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