Everyone’s watching Bill A961, which Democrats want to try to pass over gov. Chris Christie’s override.
A GOP source said they’re going to come up short.
Democrats need seven votes from the GOP caucus for the override and, as the session begins, only have four.
The bill requires the state to include a State debt affordability analysis in the annual State Debt Report that is submitted to the Commission on Capital Budgeting and Planning to provide a “clear, data-driven framework for the Executive and the Legislature to evaluate and establish priorities for legislation that may impact the amount of State debt during future fiscal years,” according to the Assembly Majority Office.