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NJ Voters Tackle Budget Woes [AUDIO]

Having no problem admitting the state's financial situation is dismal, New Jersey voters sound off in a new poll on how to address the issue.

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NJ Governor Chris Christie Speaks On NJ101.5
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Do State Workers Need Delayed Openings? [POLL]

After the state of emergency and closing of state offices yesterday, Governor Christie then authorized a 10:30 AM delayed opening for this morning for all non-essential state employees.

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Money Stack
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Retiree, Health Costs Draining NJ Budget, Says Report

Spiraling retiree and health care costs are draining state budgets, including New Jersey's.

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State Police cruiser
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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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NJ Assembly Democrats Facebook
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Every State Worker Doesn’t Deserve A State Car, Says NJ Lawmaker [POLL/AUDIO]

"As a state worker you're not necessarily entitled to a state car," says Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini, who is sponsoring a bill that would have the State Treasurer establish procedures, guidelines, or standards for the replacement of State vehicles.

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NJ High Court to Rule on Judge’s Pension Challenge

New Jersey's Supreme Court is expected to rule Tuesday on a challenge to a law that requires judges to contribute more to their pensions and health insurance.

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Sick Time
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NJ Official Calls in Sick, Works Other Jobs

Officials are investigating after records show a part-time public employee called in sick in one northern New Jersey town while working in five other towns.

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Ending Sick Leave Payouts Center Stage in NJ Again [AUDIO]

A recent Star ledger of Newark report reveals that Democratic State senator Nick Sacco is eligible to receive over $330,000 for his unused sick days as an assistant school superintendent in North Jersey. The report has Republicans once again stepping up efforts to eliminate the cash-outs for all newly hired public officials.

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Taxes
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46 NJ Tax Employees Accused of Record-Snooping

A state investigation has found that nearly four dozen New Jersey Division of Taxation employees improperly looked at the tax records of their co-workers.

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Mandatory drug testing for NJ State Workers?
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Mandatory Drug Testing for NJ State Workers? [POLL]

Last week the Governor of Florida signed a bill that would require all State employees to undergo  mandatory random drug testing. Would this work if it was brought to NJ? The private sector has already been doing this for years, shouldn't the public sector be subjected to the same treatment?

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