TRENTON — Democratic candidate for governor Jim Johnson has put forward a comprehensive plan to lower property taxes in New Jersey that hinges on something Gov. Chris Christie has fought tooth and nail: Affordable housing. Johnson, a former undersecretary of the U.S. Treasury under President Bill Clinton, said New Jersey is trapped in a vicious cycle where lack of housing limits good job opportunities and revenue for local communities, resulting in fewer services and ever-higher property taxes.

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