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Tax Cut Compromise Possible, Says Assembly Budget Boss [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie wants to cut income taxes by 10% for every New Jerseyan. Senate Democrats want to cut property taxes by 10% and Assembly Democrats have a plan they say can provide a 20% property tax cut for those who need it most.

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State Senator Paul Sarlo
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Tax Cut Plans In Jeopardy As NJ Revenues Sag [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie, the State Senate Democrats and the Assembly Democrats all have competing tax cut proposals, but if the state doesn't have enough money to support any of them they could all be dead.

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Flickr User Dougtone
Flickr User Dougtone
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Bill Introduced to Give Tax Credits To E-ZPass Commuters [AUDIO]

Figures show that recent toll increases are hitting Ocean and Monmouth County residents harder than anywhere else in the state. So, shore area state lawmakers are hoping to level the playing field.

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The One Reason For NJ’s Sky-High Property Taxes [AUDIO]

You probably already know that on average New Jersey has the highest-in-the-nation property taxes. It seems everybody has a different reason why that is.

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New Jersey Legislature (Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
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Trio Of Tax Cut Plans Still Hot Topic In Trenton [AUDIO/POLL]

Tax cuts remain the hot topic in Trenton. Governor Chris Christie wants to cut income taxes by 10% for every New Jerseyan. Senate President Steve Sweeney proposes a 10% property tax cut for some and the Assembly Democrats have a plan they say can provide a 20% property tax cut for those who need it most.

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Steve Sweeney and Chris Christie
Steve Sweeney and Chris Christie (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Millionaire’s Tax Hike Would be Pointlessly Political, Says Steve Sweeney [AUDIO/VIDEO]

State Senate President Steve Sweeney's property tax cut plan does not include a millionaires' tax increase even though he supports the idea. He knows where Governor Chris Christie stands on the issue of a millionaires' tax hike so Sweeney says including one would be pointless and political.

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Alarming Trends In Some New Jersey Towns [POLL]

New Jersey has and will continue to be the butt of property tax jokes for the foreseeable future. And while a bi-partisan effort to cap property taxes has had some success, some New Jersey towns have flipped the script.

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NJ Democrats Visit Family’s Home to Push Tax Cut Plan

New Jersey Assembly Democrats will use a visit to a Hamilton family's home to push a property tax cut for those making up to $250,000 a year.

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NJ’s “User Fees” Debate Rages On [POLL]

The debate over "user fees" continues. 26 states currently allow "user fees" for public safety and New Jersey is one of them.

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Two NJ Towns Pressure Residents To Let Them Boost Property Taxes [POLL]

Two Garden State towns are holding special elections today to ask voters to allow local officials to raise property taxes more than the 2 percent state cap that's in effect, to be able to pay for essential services like trash collection.

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