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Gov. Chris Christie in Monmouth County
Gov. Chris Christie (c.) meets with officials in Monmouth County (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Gov Supports Narcan, Says War on Drugs Failed [AUDIO]

To fight the state's surging heroin epidemic, Gov. Chris Christie stresses the need for treatment, not just arrests.

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Gov. Chris Christie
David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ
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GOP Governors Raise $33M Under Christie

Donors have given $33 million to the Republican Governors Association since New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took the helm late last year.

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gas pump
(Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sen. Budget Boss: NJ Needs Gas Tax Hike [POLL/AUDIO]

Job creation, not taxation, is the key to turning around New Jersey's struggling economy according to Paul Sarlo, chairman of the state Senate Budget Committee. But Sarlo feels that raising the gas tax is a must for improving the state's decaying roads and bridges.

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red light camera in Pohatcong, NJ
Townsquare Media photo
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Red Light Cameras Attract More Opposition [AUDIO]

First Brick, now Pohatcong. The most vocal critic of red light cameras says this could be a sign of more opposition in the future.

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Bridget Anne Kelly In Court For Hearing
Bridget Anne Kelly confers with her attorney in court (Mel Evans, Getty Images)
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Bridgegate Committee Plays Waiting Game [AUDIO]

The Select Committee on Investigation, the legislative panel looking into the Bridgegate scandal, continues to comb through thousands of documents while waiting for a judge to decide -- in a ruling expected soon -- if two key players will be forced to turn over subpoenaed information.

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Cumberland County Republican Party logo
Cumberland County Republican Party logo (Cumberland County GOP)
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Cumberland County GOP Chair Accused of Theft

Authorities have accused the chairman of the Cumberland County Republican Party of swindling an elderly patient at his rehabilitation center of more than $149,000.

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Graveyard
Scott Barbour, Getty Images
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NJ is Taxing the Dead [AUDIO]

The transfer inheritance tax, one of New Jersey's oldest taxes, dates back to 1892. This 16 percent levy is applied when property is transferred outside a deceased resident's immediate family. Another so-called "death tax," the estate tax, is applied on property valued at more than $675,000.

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George Washington Bridge
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Bridgegate Buzz Isn’t Over [AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie would prefer if Bridgegate were never mentioned again, but even with an internal report that clears the governor of any wrongdoing, the public probably won't forget about the controversy any time soon.

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Gov. Chris Christie
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Bridgegate Overshadows NJ’s Budget [AUDIO]

If it is approved as proposed, Gov. Chris Christie's Fiscal Year 2015 state budget would be the biggest spending plan in New Jersey history, yet the $34.5 billion proposal is not the focus at the State House.

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(Catherine Yeulet, ThinkStock)
(Catherine Yeulet, ThinkStock)
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Kindergarten Is Not Mandatory in NJ [POLL/AUDIO]

Like a lot of people, Assemblyman Charles Mainor had no idea that kids in the Garden State do not have to go to kindergarten. Mainor and a trio of other Assembly members have introduced a bill to force children to go to kindergarten and to lower the age at which they have to start attending school.

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