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Governor Christie Works To Lower Property Taxes [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Garden State Democrats claim Governor Chris Christie did not present a plan to bring down New Jersey's highest in the nation property taxes during his budget address a few days ago, but Christie insists that's "nonsense."

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2 Princetons Formally Become 1 Town

New Jersey's Princeton Township and Princeton Borough have become just Princeton.

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Bergen Rejects Plan to Police Demarest

Bergen County officials have rejected a plan to have the county handle policing in a northern New Jersey town that voted to dissolve its police department.

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How Much Will Property Taxes Rise? [AUDIO]

In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, no one knows how much property taxes will go up, and where they'll rise, but state officials are not denying many residents in hard-hit areas will wind up footing at least part of the bill for the destruction caused by the hurricane.

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NJ Senate Passes Shared Services Bill [POLL/AUDIO]

Your property taxes are probably going to go up. That's the warning we're hearing from Governor Chris Christie and a slew of mayors who blame the cost of rebuilding and recovery in the aftermath of super-storm Sandy.

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NJ Senate Boss Lays Out Vision For The Future [AUDIO]

Last week, Chris Christie laid out his plan for the rest of the year. Now, the man who may run against him for Governor next year has done the same thing.

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Governor Christie Lays Out Agenda For The Rest Of 2012 [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Governor Christie has announced his top five priorities for the rest of this year - getting a tax cut for state residents, abolishing sick leave payouts, expanding shared services, banning municipal user fees and passing ethics reform.

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Chris Christie Back In NJ After GOP Campaign Push [AUDIO]

Governor Christie returned to New Jersey for his 96th town hall of the year Thursday, fresh off a two-day campaign trip for GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.

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Governor Christie Sounds Like He’s Ready To Run For Re-Election [VIDEO]

Governor Christie hasn't officially announced yet that he'll seek a second term next year, but during his most recent town hall meeting in Elmwood Park, he sure sounded like a candidate running for re-election.

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Chris Christie Starts New Town Hall Tour With Middle Class Focus [VIDEO]

Governor Chris Christie has started a new round of town halls with a brand new slogan, the "Christie Middle Class Reform Agenda."

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