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Governor Christie - Hurricane Sandy
Tim Larsen, Governor's Office
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Chris Christie Still Soaring With NJ Voters [AUDIO]

In every poll released since Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is scoring off-the-charts high marks.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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NJ’s Tedious Budget Process [AUDIO]

To many average New Jerseyans and some elected officials the State Budget process is too long, too tedious and sometimes too partisan.

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Property Taxes
Flickr User 401K
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NJ Revenues Rise for Month of February [AUDIO]

New data from state Treasury Department indicates tax collections were up for the third month in a row in February.

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Property Taxes
Flickr User 401K
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NJ February Revenue Collections Exceed Targets

Gov. Chris Christie says February's tax collections show the state is heading in the right direction.

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2012 State of the State address in the Assembly chamber
Assembly chamber (Governor's Office/Jody Somers)
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School Funding Debate In Senate Budget Committee [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie's Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 State Budget proposal provides a record amount of funding for New Jersey's schools. Yesterday's State Senate Budget Committee hearing gave the public its first opportunity to testify of the spending plan.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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You Have A Real Say In The State Budget [AUDIO]

Many people think the public is wasting its time by showing up and testifying before Senate and Assembly Budget Committees.

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Few Jabs at Christie’s Budget

Advocates for public education, the working poor and the environment criticized Gov. Chris Christie's spending priorities during the first public hearing on his $32.9 billion proposed budget, while the plan for the fiscal year that starts July 1 was greeted Tuesday with general satisfaction overall.

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Property Taxes
Flickr User 401K
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NJ Mayors Feel Squeeze of Tax Cap, Rising Costs

Mayors throughout New Jersey are telling lawmakers they're facing a financial squeeze.

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Statehouse
Statehouse (NJSenateRepublicans.com)
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NJ’s Emergency Disaster Relief Act Of 2013 [AUDIO]

In his budget address Governor Chris Christie proposes setting aside $40 million to help those impacted by Superstorm Sandy. State Senator Jim Whelan applauds the plan, but thinks people can't for the help until the budget is adopted in late June.

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Mantoloking
Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Sandy Rebuilding The Focus Of Special Joint Hearing [AUDIO]

Building on lessons we've learned from Superstorm Sandy, we have to be smarter when it comes to protecting the Jersey Shore and every other area of the state too.

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