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Should NJ legislators serve full time?

Would you like the chance to decide if New Jersey's 120 lawmakers should work full time and be barred from holding any other job while in office?

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Assemblyman Vinnie Prieto
"I want this to be done now." -- Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (NJ Assembly Democrats via Facebook)
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NJ’s Speaker-Elect Hopes for Good Relationship with Christie [AUDIO]

He's had a well-publicized so-called bromance with State Sen. President Steve Sweeney, but Gov. Chris Christie's relationship with Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver has been rocky.

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Minimal Gains for Women in NJ Elections [AUDIO]

The case for more women in elected office made little headway during Tuesday's elections.

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Assemblyman Jon Bramnick
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (Facebook)
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Assembly GOP Leader Talking Tax Cut [AUDIO]

Assembly GOP Leader Jon Bramnick feels that Governor Christie's landslide victory sends a clear message that the people of the Garden State like what Christie stands for, and if that's the case ,they must want the tax cut the governor's been asking for.

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Governor Chris Christie holds his first press availability since winning a second term (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Governor Christie in the Minority Again [AUDIO]

Despite a landslide win for Governor Chris Christie this week, the Republican will be dealing with a Democrat-controlled legislature for another few years.

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Assemblyman Louis Greenwald
Assemblyman Louis Greenwald (Facebook)
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NJ Assembly Poised For Leadership Change

Current Assembly Budget Committee chairman Vinnie Prieto and Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald today announced 41 members of the Democratic caucus in support of a new leadership team for the 2014-15 Legislature.

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Sheila Oliver and Steve Sweeney
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Shared Services Bill Remains Stalled in NJ Assembly [AUDIO]

A bill that would penalize towns that refuse to share services passed the full State Senate in late November of 2012, but it's been gathering dust in the Assembly ever since. Sen. President Steve Sweeney sponsors the measure.

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No Assembly Vote on Bill Dissolving Rutgers Board

New Jersey Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver says she won't bring a measure to the chamber's floor that would disband the Rutgers University Board of Trustees.

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Assembly Approves Measure to Change Election Day

The New Jersey Assembly has approved a bill to move this fall's general election from November to October.

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Vote Delayed on NJ Open Space Ballot Question

A vote to put an open space preservation question to voters in November has been delayed.

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