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Clock is Ticking for NJ’s Competing Tax Cut Plans [AUDIO]

The clock is ticking, only 23 days left for the legislature to get a balanced state budget passed and come to an agreement on one of three competing tax cut plans.

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Sinking Revenues Continue in NJ [AUDIO]

According to OLS, tax collections for May are $50 to $100 million below last month's dismal projections.

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Chris Christie Endorses Tax Cut Plan, Despite Slow Growth

Gov. Chris Christie says he's committed to providing tax relief to New Jerseyans in the coming fiscal year despite a newly reported budget shortage.

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Debate Over Size of NJ’s Budget Shortfall

The Christie administration and the Legislature's budget experts are giving sharply different revenue forecasts for New Jersey.

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Christie’s Schools Budget Challenged As ‘Illegal’

A leading advocate for public education claims Gov. Chris Christie's school aid budget for the coming year is illegal and should be rejected.

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Budget Heads Ask Treasurer For Shortfall Plan

Two top New Jersey Democrats are making it clear they expect the state treasurer to provide a plan to deal with a shortfall in state revenues.

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Revenue Shortfall Bolsters Millionaires Tax Hike Argument [AUDIO]

The latest state revenue figures which show collections for April are $230 million below what Governor Chris Christie's administration had projected. Assembly democrats are pouncing on the bad news and saying it proves their call for a millionaires tax increases makes sense now more than ever.

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NJ Faces Deepening Budget Gap [AUDIO]

New Jersey tax collections for Fiscal Year 2012 are up from the same period last year, but April results are $60 million below Governor Chris Christie's expectations. This leaves State revenues $230.3 million behind February's revised forecasts for the first 10 months of the fiscal year.

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NJ Delays Release of New Revenue Report

Analysts say a new state revenue report could change Gov. Chris Christie's budget plans and force new spending cuts.

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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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