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Boat sales tax would be capped under NJ bill

New Jersey is charging boaters thousands of dollars in taxes and fees, but two South Jersey lawmakers are sponsoring legislation in hopes of leveling the playing field for businesses who build or sell boats in the state.

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New Jersey man accused of staging boat crash surrenders

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- A man who was indicted on theft charges and then disappeared in a suspicious boating accident has turned up safe and in court.

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(Lidian Neeleman, ThinkStock)
(Lidian Neeleman, ThinkStock)
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Bill would remove minimum boating age

Boating is a popular pastime in the Garden State and a proposed bill from Assemblyman Erik Peterson would allow children to participate in the hobby by removing the minimum age at which a person can obtain a boating license.

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(Mark Davis, Getty Images)
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Christie signs safe boating law

Governor Chris Christie aims to increase boat safety in New Jersey by signing legislation into law that strengthens penalties for boating-related accidents.

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(Mark Davis, Getty Images)
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Boating Deaths Remain Steady in NJ [AUDIO]

While boating deaths are decreasing nationwide, a Coast Guard report finds they're remaining steady in the Garden State.

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(Lidian Neeleman, ThinkStock)
(Lidian Neeleman, ThinkStock)
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Harsher Penalties for Hit-and-Run Boaters [AUDIO]

Boaters who leave the scene of an accident in New Jersey would face the same criminal penalties as motorists, under legislation approved by the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee.

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(Lidian Neeleman, ThinkStock)
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Low Water Temps Pose Danger To Boaters [AUDIO]

With the weather getting warmer, many New Jersey residents might be ready to set sail in their boats, but the New Jersey State Police warns that dangerously cold water temperatures could still pose a danger to some small vessels.

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Home being removed from Barnegat Bay
Home being removed from Barnegat Bay (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJ Boaters And Bathers Urged To Keep Eyes Open [POLL/AUDIO]

New Jersey officials have been working for months to clear Sandy debris out of the ocean and in back bays up and down the Jersey Shore, but boaters and swimmers are still being advised to stay vigilant for possible problems.

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Recreational Boaters Asked to Take Survey [AUDIO]

Recreational boating has long been a mainstay in New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic region, but until now there hasn't been enough definitive research about it.

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Partying at F Cove in Brick
Partying at F Cove in Brick (Facebook via Jersey Shore Hurricane News)
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The Party’s Over at F-Cove [AUDIO]

Do not expect to see wild boat parties or DJs blasting music from barges in two man-made lagoons in Ocean County anymore.

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