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Governor Chris Christie attends the Essex County Department of Public Works Groundbreaking in Cedar Grove,
Governor Chris Christie attends the Essex County Department of Public Works Groundbreaking in Cedar Grove. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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AP: Property Tax Burden Up 13% Under Christie

The net household property tax burden in New Jersey rose 13 percent during Gov. Chris Christie's first three years in office — a number that reflects both his success in reining in local government spending and his inability to restore a relief program that was gutted by his predecessor during the Great Recession, an Associated Press analysis of tax data has found.

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Senator Steve Sweeney
Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ
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Sen. Prez: 2011 A Year Of Accomplishment And Disappointment [AUDIO]

After voting sessions in both the State Senate and the General Assembly today, the legislative session comes to an end.

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Senator Steve Sweeney
Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ
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Sweeney: “I Regret Not Pushing For Lower Prop Tax Cap” [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney agreed to landmark legislation earlier this year, pushing through a bipartisan package of pension and benefits reforms and a 2 percent cap on property taxes.

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Flickr User KimCarpenterNJ
Flickr User KimCarpenterNJ
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The Budget Conundrums

The major theme of 2011 and much of what we will hear about in the early parts of 2012 is the issue of how to keep New Jersey municipalities under budget.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Wait Until Next Year?

Governor Christie insists that New Jersey's highest in the nation property tax burden is getting lighter. Many I talk to just don't see it.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Property Tax Reform Or Political Posturing?

It would appear that any real chance at property tax reform is dead.

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