A year after Republican Gov. Christine Todd Whitman won in New Jersey by promising to slash income taxes a whopping 30%, community bankers are still cheering her efforts.

Bankers "seem favorably impressed with what they've seen so far of the efforts to make New Jersey more business-friendly," said James Silkensen, executive vice president of the New Jersey Savings League.

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