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New Jersey Minimum Wage Debate Begins Anew – Is It Time to Raise It? [POLL]

With Superstorm Sandy’s remnants littering parts of the state, the Senate and Assembly are tackling once again the question of how to raise the minimum wage here in New Jersey.

There’s some agreement between Senate Democrats to back the Assembly version of the bill that would raise the minimum wage from its current 7

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NJ Looks to Ban Kids from Public Hot Tubs – Do You Support it? [POLL]

New Jersey teens could be banned from using hot tubs. Do you think it's fair?

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Steve Sweeney and Chris Christie (Governor’s Office/Tim Larsen)
Steve Sweeney and Chris Christie (Governor’s Office/Tim Larsen)
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Sen. Sweeney to Replacement NFL Refs – No Work for You Here [POLL]

While many eyes were on the Packers and the Seahawks and the blown call in the final seconds of play which should have resulted in an interception for the Packers…one Packers’ fan is actually moving to bite off our collective noses to spite our collective face

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Andrew Goodman…sentenced to 2 years in prison on 48 counts of child molestation.
Andrew Goodman…sentenced to 2 years in prison on 48 counts of child molestation.
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The Jessica Lunsford Act – Is It Time to Pass It into Law [POLL]

Earlier this evening on the O’Reilley factor there was a story about a judge in New York that sentenced a convicted child molester….someone who’d been copped a plea on 48 counts of child molestation…and sentenced him to just 2 years in jail

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State Senate President Steve Sweeney (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media)
State Senate President Steve Sweeney (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media)
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No Negotiations on Millionaire’s Tax, NJ Senators Say

New Jersey senate leaders say they're not in negotiations with the Assembly to reinstate a tax on millionaires as part of a property tax credit plan.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Sweeney,Christie Scrap Plans For Joint Announcement

Gov. Chris Christie and the state Senate president have scrapped plans to make a joint announcement with less than seven weeks to go before the state deadline to adopt a budget.

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Property Tax Reduction vs Income Tax Reduction – Which Would You Rather [POLL]

A funny thing happened on the way to the gold dome.

Assembly Majority leader and former head of the Assembly Budget committee Lou Greenwald had a revelation, and that is that property taxes in New Jersey are the highest in the nation

One wonders, how long did it take him to come to this conclusion

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Al Bello-Getty Images-4 and inches...Go For It, or Punt?
Al Bello-Getty Images-4 and inches...Go For It, or Punt?
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Chris Christie’s Veto – Political Football, 4th and Inches. [POLL]

Political football….no matter what side of the issue you’re on, it should make you wonder.

And give you pause to think: is this all being done for politics; or are both sides really being serious in staking a claim to their firmly held positions?

Not to be taken lightly, but on the surface nonetheless, are the rights of same sex couples to be guaranteed the same protections as heterosexual couples.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Gov. Christie Supportive of Sweeney Sick Leave Bill

Gov. Chris Christie says he's encouraged by legislation introduced this week by state Senate President Steve Sweeney to curtail the practice of public employees cashing out sick time when they retire.

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