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2 tanker cars in Paulsboro train derailment
2 tanker cars in Paulsboro train derailment (Twitter)
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Steve Sweeney Wants Answers After Train Derailment [AUDIO/VIDEO]

The National Transportation Safety Board continues to investigate the collapse of a rail bridge in Paulsboro at the end of last week that led to a 7 car train derailment and the release of a hazardous chemical vapor.

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Statehouse
Statehouse (NJSenateRepublicans.com)
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NJ Senate Passes Shared Services Bill [POLL/AUDIO]

Your property taxes are probably going to go up. That's the warning we're hearing from Governor Chris Christie and a slew of mayors who blame the cost of rebuilding and recovery in the aftermath of super-storm Sandy.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Christie And Top Democrat Spar Over Tax Cut [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie's latest assessment of the damage done by super-storm Sandy puts the recovery price tag at almost $37 billion. Still, the Governor thinks New Jersey can afford a tax cut for the middle class.

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Governor Chris Christie, Senate President Steve Sweeney, Speaker Sheila Oliver
Governor Chris Christie, Senate President Steve Sweeney, Speaker Sheila Oliver (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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NJ Senate Expected To Pass Minimum Wage Hike Measures Today [AUDIO]

Today, the full State Senate is expected to get the ball rolling on a two-pronged attack to increase New Jersey's minimum wage and have it adjusted annually based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI).

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Wind Power
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Sweeney Says Christie Administration Is ‘Foot-Dragging’ On Wind Power [AUDIO]

State Senate President Steve Sweeney says 'foot-dragging' in the Christie administration may prevent New Jersey from taking the lead in the emerging wind power industry.

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Sheila Oliver (NJ Assembly Democrats Facebook)
Sheila Oliver (NJ Assembly Democrats Facebook)
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NJ Minimum Wage Bill Advances [AUDIO]

The State Senate Budget Committee has approved a bill to increase New Jersey's minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $8.50 and then have it adjusted annually based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI).

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Senate President Steve Sweeney, Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver, and Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office
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NJ Democrats Strike Deal On Minimum Wage Increase Strategy [AUDIO]

Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver and State Senate President Steve Sweeney have reached an agreement on a two-pronged strategy to increase New Jersey's minimum wage and have it adjusted annually based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI).

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Statehouse
Statehouse (NJSenateRepublicans.com)
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Post-Sandy, NJ Legislature Gets Back To Work [AUDIO]

The Garden State's Legislature hit the 'pause' button after super-storm Sandy so State Senators and Assembly members could stay in their districts and help their constituents rebuild and recover.

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New York And New Jersey Continue To Recover From Superstorm Sandy
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State Should Buy Out Flood-Prone Homes, Says Senate President [AUDIO]

In the Garden State, a new slogan emerging could be, "If we build it, another storm will knock it down."

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Ortley Beach after Sandy
Ortley Beach after Sandy (Toms River Township)
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NJ Senate President Says We Must Learn Lessons From Sandy [AUDIO]

The lessons from super-storm Sandy are clear and the State of New Jersey must learn from them according to Democratic State Senate President Steve Sweeney.

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