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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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Freehold Town Hall
Tim Larsen, Governor's Office
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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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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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State Treasurer Andrew Eristoff
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NJ Treasurer Defends Chris Christie’s Budget Plan

New Jersey's state treasurer is fielding questions on Gov. Chris Christie's proposed $32.1 billion budget.

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Most NJ School Districts Could See Slight Uptick in Aid

New Jersey's Education chief says 90 percent of school districts would see modest increases in state aid under Gov. Chris Christie's proposed budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1.

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Tom Larsen, Governor's Office
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Gov. Christie Hits Road to Pitch Budget

Gov. Chris Christie has taken to the road to promote his $32.1 billion budget proposal.

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