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ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - AUGUST 27: A lifeguard rescue boat lies on the beach on August 27, 2015 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. New casinos in neighboring states have drawn much of Atlantic City's visitors away, and in 2014 some 8,000 people were layed-off when four of the city's major casinos closed. The closures brought Atlantic City's unemployment rate to more than 11 percent, double the national average. The mass unemployment has produced the highest foreclosure rate of any metropolitan U.S. area, with 1 out of 113 homes now in foreclosure in Atlantic County. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
A lifeguard rescue boat lies on the beach on August 27, 2015 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. (John Moore, Getty Images)
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Atlantic City casino revenue down 6.5 pct in 2015 to $2.56B

Atlantic City has lost more than half its casino revenue over the past nine years.

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New Jersey revenue collections up 7 percent in September

New Jersey's revenue collection for September are up 7 percent compared with 2014 and the state's year-to-date receipts have risen nearly 5 percent from the same period in the last fiscal year.

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Treasurer says revenues expected to exceed projections

State revenues are on pace to exceed expectations, and Gov. Chris Christie's administration will put the cash toward New Jersey's public pensions, his top treasury official said Wednesday.

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Municipal revenue rush is on as NJ towns pursue new sources

With state aid to municipalities expected to hold steady again this year in New Jersey, towns all over the Garden State are scrambling to come up with innovative new ways to generate revenue, because built-in costs like pensions and benefits continue to rise.

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New Jersey revenue running ahead of projections

State data shows New Jersey's government revenue was above Gov. Chris Christie's administration's projections for the first half of the fiscal year.

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Bill aims to end state revenue disputes in NJ

For the past several years revenue projections presented by Gov. Chris Christie and by the non-partisan Office of Legislative Services have missed the mark which has led to finger pointing by Christie and many members of the Legislature. Now, a measure being pushed by Assembly Budget Committee Chairman Gary Schaer (D-Passaic) could bring an end to revenue disputes.

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Dem: Budget Adjustments Could Total $800M

The head of the Senate Budget Committee says New Jersey is facing significant late-year budget cuts because Gov. Chris Christie's administration overestimated how much tax revenue the state would receive.

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Governor Chris Christie shakes hands with Senate President Steve Sweeney before giving the Budget Address. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie shakes hands with Senate President Steve Sweeney before giving the Budget Address. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Can NJ Afford The Budget That Passed Yesterday? [AUDIO]

The full State Senate and general Assembly approved a nearly $33 billion state budget yesterday.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Christie And Budget Analyst $800 Million Apart On Revenues [AUDIO]

The top budget expert with the non-partisan Office of Legislative Services (OLS) says there could be a two-year State Budget shortfall of almost $1 billion.

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NJ Budget Shortfall Almost $1 Billion Says Analyst

The top budget expert with the non-partisan Office of Legislative Services says there could be a two-year budget shortfall of almost $1 billion.

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