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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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Eric Scott Interviews State Senate President Steve Sweeney on July 03
Eric Scott Interviews State Senate President Steve Sweeney (Double Down/NJ1015)
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NJ Senate Prez Says No Veto Override Attempts This Year [AUDIO]

As we first reported earlier this week, the New Jersey Senate will not be taking its traditional summer-long vacation this year.

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State Senate Passes Two Tax Measures

The New Jersey Senate has given final passage to a pair of tax-related measures as lawmakers wait to see if Gov. Chris Christie will veto the new budget.

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Governor Christie To Get Millionaires’ Tax Hike Bill Today, Vows Veto [AUDIO]

Today, without discussion or debate, the full State Senate is expected to approve a millionaires' tax hike bill that Governor Chris Christie is still promising to veto it for the third consecutive year.

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NJ Senate Approves Fracking Byproduct Ban

Lawmakers have approved a bill prohibiting hydraulic fracturing byproducts created in other states from entering New Jersey.

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NJ Senate Votes to Scrap Troubled Gift Card Law

The Senate has voted to reverse a 2-year-old law that allows the state to claim the value of dormant
gift cards.

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State Senator Paul Sarlo
State Senator Paul Sarlo (NJSenDems.com)
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NJ Democrats Strike Deal On Budget Framework [AUDIO]

We should have a much better idea today if you can expect a tax cut this year.

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Senate Bill Would Ease Burden On Towns That Merge [AUDIO]

Legislation that would ease the financial burden on New Jersey towns looking to consolidate was approved by the state Senate Thursday.

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Drug Court Bill Approved By NJ Senate Dems [AUDIO]

A measure that would expand substance abuse eligibility for certain offenders, and create a pilot program for mandatory enrollment in two New Jersey counties was approved by the Senate Thursday by a vote of 33-2.

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NJ Lawmakers Delay Vote on Environmental Waiver Rules

The Senate has postponed a vote that would have pushed Gov. Chris Christie's administration to change or withdraw rules allowing businesses to get waivers from state environmental regulations.

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