TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The New Jersey Senate has given final approval to a bill raising pension and health benefits costs to the state's more than 500,000 government workers.The Senate voted Monday to knock out a provision of the bill that would have restricted access to out-of-state health care.The bill now goes to Republican Gov. Chris Christie, who's expected to sign it quickly. Christie has said the reforms should serve as a model for other states that are grappling with underfunded public worker pension programs.