New Jersey Republicans this week advanced proposals to beef up the state's slim surplus and calm edgy rating agencies, but their Democratic opponents blasted the ideas as proof the fiscal 1993 budget is flawed.

"This new budget is not even a month old and it has already been hauled into intensive care," said Assembly Minority Leader Joseph V. Doria, D-Hudson County.

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