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The Twisting Of Tax Cut Plans In New Jersey [AUDIO]

Democratic State Senate President Steve Sweeney proposes a 10-percent property tax credit that is capped at property taxes paid up to $10,000 and capped at incomes up to $250,000. Republican Governor Chris Christie wants to cut incomes taxes across the board for everybody.

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Assembly Democrats Unveil Property Tax Relief Credit Plan

On the heels of a plan by State Senate President Steve Sweeney to reduce property taxes for those making  less than $250,000 a year, the Assembly Democrats have unveiled a plan of their own. 

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Sweeney Says Chris Christie’s Income Tax Cut Is Dead As He Unveils Democrats’ Plan [POLL]

State Senate President Steve Sweeney says Governor Chris Christie's 10% state income tax cut plan over three years is dead.

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NJ Town Mergers Come With Sticker Shock [AUDIO]

It isn't always just the issue of 'home rule' that stops towns from consolidating.

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Chris Christie Proposes State Budget, Democrats Blast The Plan

Yesterday, before a joint session of the State legislature Governor Chris Christie delivered his Fiscal Year 2013 State Budget Address.

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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Sweeney Wants Focus On Property Tax Relief [AUDIO]

Senate President Steve Sweeney was among democrats who could not get to a microphone fast enough to tear Governor Christie's budget proposal apart.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Governor Christie Delivers Budget Address

Governor Christie will deliver his Fiscal Year 2013 State Budget Address today before a special joint session of the legislature. This will be Christie's third budget message.

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Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media
Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media
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NJ Republicans And Democrats Grapple Over Priorities [VIDEO]

Much of the talk in and around the State House in Trenton over the last month has focused on the Democrats' all-out effort to legalize gay marriage in the Garden State.

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Flickr User, Daniel Moyle
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NJ Property Taxes Rise 2.4 Percent

Property taxes in New Jersey rose 2.4 percent in 2011 despite a 2 percent cap imposed by Gov. Chris Christie and the Legislature.

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Are NJ’s Property Taxes Going Up Again? [AUDIO]

New Jersey's property taxes rose 2.4% in 2011, according to data from a state website. Governor Christie says the numbers fail to include property tax credits and the number is closer to 1.7%.

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