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Governor Christie delivers his Budget Address
Governor Christie delivers his Budget Address (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Is Chris Christie Banking On Phantom Revenues? [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie is counting on almost $500 million in revenue that the state may or may not see.

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New Jersey’s Budget Shortfall Could Impact You [AUDIO]

It's easy to get lost in the maze of politics and number-crunching when you hear about a budget deficit, but if New Jersey really is a quarter-billion-dollars in the red for the Fiscal Year that ended June 30 it could affect your wallet.

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Assemblyman Vinnie Prieto
Assemblyman Vinnie Prieto (NJ Assembly Democrats via Facebook)
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NJ Treasurer Likely A No-Show At Today’s Budget Hearing

Revenue collection for Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 missed Governor Chris Christie's targets by more than a quarter-billion dollars according to the non-partisan research arm of the legislature.

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Money Stack
Don Farrall, Getty Images
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More Bad News for NJ’s Fiscal Health

The Standard & Poor's financial ratings agency has lowered its outlook on New Jersey bonds to negative.

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State Police cruiser
Flickr user tom_hoboken
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New Jersey State Vehicle Fleet Could Be Cut In Half [AUDIO]

A bill sponsored by State Senator Jeff Van Drew to reduce the number of vehicles in state government by 10% each fiscal year for five consecutive years stalled yesterday in the Senate Government, Wagering, Tourism and Historic Preservation Committee.

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Flickr User 401k
Flickr User 401k
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NJ Revenues Fall Short For Fiscal Year 2012, Report Shows

The New Jersey Office of Legislative Services says 2012 state revenue came in $254 million below the state's projections.

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Property Taxes
Flickr User 401K
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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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Money
Flickr User Keith Ramsey
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State Revenues Down $50-100M Before Fiscal Year Ends: Budget Chief

The New Jersey Legislature's budget office says state revenues are likely to fall another $50 million to $100 million short of projections before the fiscal year concludes.

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Money
Flickr User Keith Ramsey
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NJ State Debt More Than Anticipated Revenues

New Jersey owed nearly $34 billion at the end of the 2011 fiscal year, more than the $32 billion in anticipated state revenues in the coming fiscal year.

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NJ Revenues Down During First Half of Fiscal Year

State treasury officials say revenues fell short of budget projections during the first half of New Jersey's fiscal year.

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