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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
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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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Governor Chris Christie calls in to Jim Gearhart Show
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Tax Cut Debate Starts Again In Post-Sandy NJ [AUDIO]

Before superstorm Sandy slammed New Jersey and plunged millions in to darkness, Governor Chris Christie was consistently berating the Democrat-controlled legislature for not passing a tax cut bill.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Chris Christie Says Sandy Recovery Won’t Impact Budget [AUDIO]

If you lost your home or your vehicles as a result of the wrath of Hurricane Sandy or if you had an extended hotel stay or were forced to keep a generator gassed up, then you know the super storm put a dent in a lot of people's wallets.

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Trenton State House
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New Jersey’s Budget Shortfall Could Impact You [AUDIO]

It's easy to get lost in the maze of politics and number-crunching when you hear about a budget deficit, but if New Jersey really is a quarter-billion-dollars in the red for the Fiscal Year that ended June 30 it could affect your wallet.

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Flickr user: 401K 2012
Flickr user: 401K 2012
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NJ’s Quarter Billion Dollar Shortfall Is Real Says Top Analyst

His critics say Governor Chris Christie’s projection of 7.2% growth in the economy this year is far too optimistic.

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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 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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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Chris Christie’s “All-In” Agenda Strategy [AUDIO]

As the Democrat-controlled State legislature returns to Trenton, Governor Chris Christie is on the warpath demanding action on long stagnant initiatives.

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Governor Christie at a town hall tour stop in Haddonfield
Governor Christie at a town hall tour stop in Haddonfield (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Governor Christie Goes On An OLS Rant [AUDIO/VIDEO]

After predicting a much larger shortfall a few weeks ago, the New Jersey Office of Legislative Services is now projecting a much smaller shortfall for fiscal year 2011.

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