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NJ Assembly OK’s Bill To Stop Credit Card Companies From Preying On College Students

Bipartisan legislation to prevent credit card companies from preying on college students was approved today by the General Assembly.

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NJ Tax Cut Fight Heats Up Again [AUDIO]

Today, the full General Assembly meets for a voting session for the first time since late June. Dozens of pieces of legislation are on the board list.

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Human Trafficking Happens In NJ [AUDIO]

An Assembly panel has approved the "Human Trafficking Prevention, Protection and Treatment Act," sweeping new bipartisan legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle

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NJ Lawmakers Must Show Up Or Give Up Office Under Legislation [AUDIO]

Being a New Jersey legislator is not a full-time job. When the Legislature is in session, lawmakers are typically required to be at the State House in Trenton, just twice a week at most.

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Bill Limits NJ Lawmakers’ Unexcused Absences

A Republican-sponsored bill that seeks to cut the number of unexcused absences New Jersey legislators are allowed before vacating their office was approved by a Senate committee on Thursday.

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NJ Treasurer Likely A No-Show At Today’s Budget Hearing

Revenue collection for Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 missed Governor Chris Christie's targets by more than a quarter-billion dollars according to the non-partisan research arm of the legislature.

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Chris Christie Wants To End User Fee Loopholes [POLL/AUDIO]

Governor Christie is strongly urging Garden State lawmakers to pass legislation to end user-fees imposed by towns - with no grandfather clause.

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NJ Surpeme Court Still Two Members Short [AUDIO]

Today, the State Senate and the General Assembly will vote on a measure to place a question on this November's ballot asking New Jersey voters if they'd like to amend the constitution to force judges to contribute more for the pensions and health benefits.

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Should NJ Judges Pay More For The ‘Cadillac Plan?’ [AUDIO]

The legislature could soon have the authority to force judges to pay more for their pensions and health benefits if you give lawmakers that power in November.

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Assembly Approves Earned-Income Tax Credit

A tax credit increase that will benefit low- and moderate-income workers in New Jersey has been adopted by the state Assembly.

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