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NJ Lawmaker Not Surprised by NJSIAA’s Profits

Assemblyman John Burzichelli, who for years has fought the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association’s (NJSIAA) efforts to hike ticket prices for high school playoffs, responded Tuesday to reports that the NJSIAA raked in $30,725 in 2012-13, its first surplus since 2008-09.

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New Jerseyans Support “Right To Die” Bill [AUDIO]

Terminally ill New Jerseyans with little time left to live should have the option of ending their own lives on their own terms according to Assemblyman John Burzichelli. He has introduced the instantly controversial "New Jersey Death With Dignity Act."

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Assemblyman Puts Out House Fire

Assemblyman John Burzichelli is a hero in the eyes of one Paulsboro police officer after he put out a fire in her home.

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Is NJ’s 2% Property Tax Cap Working? [POLL/AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie insists New Jersey 2% cap on property tax increases is working. Critics say Christie is misleading the public. One lawmaker is pushing legislation that would establish a task force to study the issue.

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NJ Tourism Would Get Boost By Tax Break

One of Governor Chris Christie’s major initiatives is the revitalization of Atlantic City, New Jersey’s top tourist destination. A bill to give a tax break to bus companies to continue taking passengers to Atlantic City and other New Jersey tourism locales was approved today by an Assembly panel.

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Should Employers Be Allowed to View Your Facebook? [POLL]

Today the Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee  is considering whether or not businesses should be allowed to ask for your social media passwords, including Facebook. Assemblyman John Burzichelli has sponsored a bill that would make it illegal.

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Internet Gambling And Other Bills To Be Considered Tomorrow

Barring employers and colleges from requiring people to turn over their social media user names and passwords, authorizing Internet gaming in New Jersey, banning unsolicited text messaging ads and promoting green jobs top tomorrow’s Assembly committee agendas.

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Chris Christie’s Education Budget Debated In Trenton

New Jersey’s acting Education commissioner, Chris Cerf testifies before the Assembly Budget Committee today. He’s defending Governor Chris Christie’s school funding proposal for the next fiscal year beginning July 1.

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Chris Christie’s Casino Cash Estimates Too Optimistic, Says Budget Expert [POLL]

Atlantic City's casinos poured almost a quarter billion dollars into the State Budget last year. The more the state rakes in from the casinos the more cash it will have on hand to fund other programs without having to tax you more.

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Legalized Sport Gambling Gets Full Legislative Approval

Both the State Senate and the Assembly have passed a bill to allow licensed casinos in Atlantic City and racetracks to conduct wagering on professional and collegiate sport or athletic events, if a federal law is overturned.

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