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NJ Tax Revenues Lag Behind Christie Projections

New Jersey tax collections are not growing as fast as the state projected through the first quarter of the fiscal year.

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Chris Ryan, Getty Images
Chris Ryan, Getty Images
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Court Sides With Judges In Pension Dispute

New Jersey's Supreme Court says the state's judges don't have to contribute more to their pensions and health benefits.

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Governor Christie appears in Ocean City
Governor Christie appears in Ocean City in 2011. (Governor's Office, Tim Larsen)
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Dems Attack Chris Christie’s Endless Summer Of Tax Relief Tour

Despite being on vacation for part of the last few weeks, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has continued to make sure the public knows he intends to battle Democrats this summer because they will not give him the guarantee of a tax cut that he’s demanding.

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State Revenues Come up Short

The Legislature's budget expert says New Jersey will likely fall up to $200 million short of revenue targets for the fiscal year that ended June 30.

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(Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
(Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
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Reaction To Governor Christie’s Tax Cut Speech

Gov. Chris Christie has vetoed a millionaire's tax increase and says it is time to give New Jersey residents a tax cut. Read Democrat & Republican reaction to the speech.

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House Speaker Sheila Oliver & Senate President Steve Sweeney look on as Governor Christie addresses the Legislature
House Speaker Sheila Oliver & Senate President Steve Sweeney look on as Governor Christie addresses the Legislature (Tim Larsen,Governor's Office)
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Christie Spells Out Plan For Tax Relief

Gov. Chris Christie has vetoed a millionaire's tax increase and says it is time to give New Jersey residents a tax cut.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Christie Calls Special Session Of Legislature

Gov. Chris Christie has called a special legislative session for Monday, saying he plans to state his case for a middle-class tax cut.

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Governor Chris Christie Signs State Budget (Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
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Chris Christie Signs $31.7 Billion State Budget

Gov. Chris Christie took a veto pen to the state budget Friday, slashing $361 million from the spending plan Democrats sent him before signing it into law.

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NJ State House in Trenton (Townsquare Media)
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What Did Christie Line Item Veto Out Of The Budget?

Gov. Chris Christie has cut several favorite programs favored by Democrats by using his line-item veto
powers on the state budget.

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Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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A Closer Look at New Jersey’s $31.7 Billion Spending Plan

Governor Chris Christie signed into law a constitutionally balanced budget that delivers on key priorities without raising taxes.

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