K-12 Tax & Spending Climate: A Revolt Grows in New Jersey

NY Post:

New Jersey voters just sent another loud reminder of their disgust with out-of-control taxes.
Of 537 school budgets up for a vote in the Garden State, 315 — a whopping 59 percent — went down in flames Tuesday.
That’s more than the state’s seen in decades.
Why so many rejections?
Because some 80 percent of those budgets sought property-tax hikes.