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NJ Tax Collections Far Short of Projections

New Jersey's Treasury Department anticipates that tax collections will be off by $807 million for the fiscal year ending June 30, forcing late cuts to keep the budget in balance.

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Would You Be OK with a 24-Cent Gas Tax? [AUDIO]

A liberal Trenton think-tank is proposing an expansion of the state sales tax to have it apply to gas, too.

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Governor Chris Christie
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A Bridgegate Culture? [AUDIO]

The Q&A segment of Gov. Chris Christie's latest town hall took a turn toward the George Washington Bridge scandal that's enveloped his administration and clouded his reputation as a potential frontrunner for president in 2016.

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NJ Can’t Watch All Megan’s Law Offenders [AUDIO]

Dangerous sex offenders registered under Megan's Law are required to notify New Jersey authorities when they move, so that those offenders can be monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Yet there is a variable that the state has never taken into account: What if the sex offender is homeless?

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NJ Gov. Chris Christie Speaks At Republican Jewish Coalition Leadership Meeting In Vegas
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Christie: I’d Have Stopped Lane Closings

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday he would have stopped aides from blocking lanes to the George Washington Bridge last fall if he had known about the plan in advance, saying outright what he has implied in previous denials about the traffic jam scandal that's engulfed his administration.

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Gov. Chris Christie
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Managing Bridgegate [POLL/AUDIO]

Has Gov. Chris Christie done a good job managing the Bridgegate scandal?

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Gov. Chris Christie addresses the "Walk to Washigton" dinner
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Christie Addresses Chamber ‘Walk to Washington’ Dinner

New Jersey's business and political leaders heard from Gov. Chris Christie (R) in Washington as part of the annual Walk to Washington event.

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Asm. John Wisniewski
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Bridgegate Panel Issues Subpoenas for Testimony

A New Jersey legislative committee is ordering current and former aides to Gov. Chris Christie and two officials at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to testify in its probe on politically motivated traffic jams last year near the George Washington Bridge.

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George Washington Bridge
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Bramnick Objects to Bridgegate Panel Partisanship [AUDIO]

Partisanship on the Democrat-controlled legislative committee investigating Bridgegate is getting worse, according to the top Republican in the Assembly. He said if things don't improve, Republican members of the panel have options -- one of which is to simply walk away.

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Poll: NJ Not Sold on Town Consolidation [POLL/AUDIO]

Many experts insist that local governments would run more smoothly and property taxes would be reduced if some neighboring towns merged into one. New Jersey residents are not convinced of either claim, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.

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