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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie’s Much Touted Bi-Partisanship In Jeopardy? [AUDIO]

On the national stage, Republican Governor Christie loves to regale audiences with stories of how he gets things done for the State of New Jersey by working with Democrats and the crowds all but swoon every time he weaves that narrative.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Chris Christie’s Budget Calls For $1.64 Billion In One-Shots [AUDIO]

Since taking office, Governor Chris Christie has railed against past Governors for using one-time revenue streams, known as one-shots to balance State Budgets.

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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Shutdown Talk Creeps Into State House Conversations [AUDIO]

"There won't be a state shutdown this year." "Do you think there will be a shutdown?" "There's no way there will be a shutdown." "I think we might be headed toward a shutdown."

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OLS Budget Analyst Admits All Revenue Estimates Are Wrong [AUDIO]

On Wednesday, Dr. David Rosen with the Office of Legislative Services (OLS) estimated that over the next 14 months state revenues will lag $1.3 billion behind Christie's projections. Governor Chris Christie expects the budget gap to be about $676 million.

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Chris Christie speaks at the New Jersey Alliance Annual Transportation Conference in Trenton, N.J
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Chris Christie Lashes Out At Democrats Who Oppose His Tax Cut Plan [VIDEO]

With time running out to give Jersey residents a tax break, Governor Christie has blasted democratic leaders for resisting his proposal for a 10 percent income tax cut, despite less than favorable revenue projections from the Office of Legislative Services.

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Every Tax Cut Plan Is Down, But Not Quite Out As Revenues Sag [AUDIO]

There are still three competing tax cuts plans being floated at the State House, but they all cost money.

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Chris Christie
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NJ’s Budget Battle Turns Into War Of Words [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Yesterday, the top budget analyst for the non-partisan research arm of the legislature told the Assembly Budget Committee that New Jersey has raked in only half of the $1 billion in revenue growth Governor Chris Christie is anticipating for this fiscal year.

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401K, Flickr
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How Bad Is NJ’s Financial Situation? [AUDIO]

Early last week, State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff reported a $230 million revenue shortfall and another $121 million shortage was reported later in the week.

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Tax Cut Compromise Possible, Says Assembly Budget Boss [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie wants to cut income taxes by 10% for every New Jerseyan. Senate Democrats want to cut property taxes by 10% and Assembly Democrats have a plan they say can provide a 20% property tax cut for those who need it most.

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State Senator Paul Sarlo
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Tax Cut Plans In Jeopardy As NJ Revenues Sag [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie, the State Senate Democrats and the Assembly Democrats all have competing tax cut proposals, but if the state doesn't have enough money to support any of them they could all be dead.

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