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Are You Fed Up With NJ User Fees? [AUDIO]

Ever since New Jersey's two percent property tax cap took effect a few years ago, a growing number of Garden State municipalities have been looking for creative new ways to generate badly needed revenue by implementing so-called "user fees."

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NJ Minimum Wage Hike Decision Goes To The Voters [POLL/AUDIO]

It's officially official; the voters of New Jersey will have the final say on whether or not raise the state's minimum wage.

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Frank Lautenberg To Announce Pending Retirement Today [AUDIO]

New Jersey's senior U.S. Senator will travel today to his hometown of Paterson to announce his pending retirement. Frank Lautenberg will not seek re-election in 2014 and that changes the entire dynamic of that particular race.

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Steve Sweeney Responds To Governor Christie’s Criticism [AUDIO]

Less than 24 hours after saying he had no response to Governor Chris Christie's harsh criticism of him, State Senate President Steve Sweeney had plenty to say.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Governor Christie Lashes Out At NJ Senate President [AUDIO]

On December 10th of last year Governor Chris Christie, announced his selection of Bob Hanna, President of the Board of Public Utilities, and Judge David Bauman of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Monmouth County for nomination to the positions of Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court.

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NJ Assembly Democrats Facebook
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NJ Minimum Wage Hike A Political Football [AUDIO]

Late last month as most people expected, Governor Chris Christie refused to sign a bill which would have increased the state's minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $8.50 and would've tied future increases to the rate of inflation every year. Instead, Christie conditionally vetoed the bill and offered what he calls a responsible compromise. Tomorrow, Democrats move ahead full-steam with their plan to let voters decide the issue.

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Jobs For NJ Act Advancing Quickly In Trenton [AUDIO]

New Jersey's jobless could have some hope if the top Democrat in the Upper House has his way.

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Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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Steve Sweeney Wants “Integrity Monitors” For Sandy Money [POLL/AUDIO]

Congress has approved a total of more than $60 billion in Sandy relief aid for the Garden State and New York. The top Democrat in the New Jersey Senate says when you're talking about that much money, you had better make sure none of it is squandered.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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NJ’s Lt. Governor Has Neighborly Stake In Sandy Relief Aid [AUDIO]

Congress on Monday passed a $50.5 billion super-storm Sandy emergency package of relief and recovery aid. Added to $9.7 billion previously approved for a federal flood insurance program, the total is roughly in line with the $60.4 billion President Barack Obama requested in December. New Jersey Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno can't wait for the money to make its way to the Garden State.

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Partisans React To Christie’s Minimum Wage Hike Veto [VIDEO/AUDIO/POLL]

As most expected, Governor Chris Christie did not sign a bill which would have increased the state's minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $8.50 and would've tied future increases to the rate of inflation every year. Instead, Christie conditionally vetoed the bill and offered what he calls a responsible compromise.

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