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Another example of greedy politicians in NJ
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More Feeding at the NJ Public Trough

Just when you thought it was safe to back near the New Jersey public 'feeding trough' here comes another politician with their hand out.

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Does ‘Double-Dipping’ Need to End in NJ?

Dennis and Judi were discussing the laundry list of NJ officials who "double-dip" the pension system in New Jersey. They are collecting more than one pension from the state because they've held multiple state jobs.

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‘Disabled’ Double Dippers Also a Drain on Your Wallet

Jim has discussed the political double dippers at great length on his show but are you aware of another form of double-dipping in NJ that are draining residents' pockets?

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Governor Christie Creates Unit to Investigate Political Pension and Benefit Double Dippers

Over a year ago, state Comptroller Matthew Boxer stated in a report that over 200 NJ politicians were double-dipping into the public benefits and pension system. For those who have been waiting for an answer, your day has finally arrived, well, sort of.

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Does NJ Have to Do More to Prevent Political Double Dipping? [POLL]

You've heard Jim discussing the continuing story of NJ politicians receiving lavish pension payouts from double-dipping jobs when they retire.

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