Times are sh*tty for Trenton, N.J. The New Jersey capital is in the midst of a budget fight that, if it stretches into next week, could lead to a messy situation: The city's buildings will run out of toilet paper. A dispute over a $4,000 bill for paper cups (some city council members think that's too much) has led the council to refuse to sign off on an order for paper products. Mayor Tony Mack says City Hall has enough toilet paper to last the week, but other city buildings aren't so fortunate.
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