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Senate President Steve Sweeney and State Senator Paul Sarlo
Senate President Steve Sweeney and State Senator Paul Sarlo tour beach damage from Sandy. (Senate Democratic Office)
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Democrats Says Budget Cuts Needed Now [AUDIO]

Democratic leaders in the legislature say New Jersey's budget was in serious trouble long before Sandy battered the Garden State. They claim there is a huge revenue shortfall in the current fiscal year's spending plan and they strongly believe things are only going to get worse. Democrats say the time to indentify cuts is now.

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NJ Assembly Dems Facebook
NJ Assembly Dems Facebook
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NJ Dems Bash Christie’s State Of The State Address [AUDIO/VIDEO]

Response to Governor Chris Christie's State of the State Address yesterday was as rapid as it was typical. Democrats roundly criticized the speech. Republicans loved the speech.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor Chris Christie delivers State of the State Address (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Governor Christie Delivers Sandy-Centric State Of The State [VIDEO/AUDIO]

From creating private sector jobs to reining in taxes and spending, Governor Chris Christie did take some time to list his accomplishment from last year, but his State of the State Address was primarily focused on Sandy and the State's recovery from the super-storm.

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New Jersey Budget Shortfall Could Hit $2 Billion [AUDIO]

State revenue collections are far below Governor Chris Christie's projections even though they are up very slightly over last year.

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Governor's Office
Governor's Office
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NJ Could Face Huge Budget Shortfall [AUDIO]

We're only a few days into the New Year, but already, New Jersey is facing a significant budget shortfall.

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Henglein and Steets, Getty Images
Henglein and Steets, Getty Images
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NJ Falls Behind In Energy Efficiency Rankings [AUDIO]

A new study of the most energy efficient states in the Northeast shows New Jersey, an early leader, has now fallen behind.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office
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Is Chris Christie Vulnerable In 2013? [AUDIO]

In politics things can change in a heartbeat and they often do, but at this moment in time Governor Chris Christie is riding absurdly high in the polls.

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Jersey Shore Communities Continue Recovery Efforts From Superstorm Sandy
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Will Sandy Recovery Efforts Lead To Higher Taxes? [AUDIO]

Are your taxes going to go up to help pay for Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts?

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Christie And Top Democrat Spar Over Tax Cut [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie's latest assessment of the damage done by super-storm Sandy puts the recovery price tag at almost $37 billion. Still, the Governor thinks New Jersey can afford a tax cut for the middle class.

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Senate President Steve Sweeney and State Senator Paul Sarlo
Senate President Steve Sweeney and State Senator Paul Sarlo tour beach damage from Sandy. (Senate Democratic Office)
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NJ Senate Holds First Hearing Into Sandy Response [POLL/AUDIO]

The state Senate Budget Committee kicked off its first hearing into the state's response to Superstorm Sandy, and a major focus will be how to help towns financially recover as they struggle with rebuilding costs and lost tax revenue.

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