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NJ Treasurer Explains Tax Cut Benefits [AUDIO]

New Jersey will collect $2.75 billion less in revenue than Gov. Chris Christie originally anticipated through the end of the next fiscal year, but his treasurer told the Assembly Budget Committee on Wednesday that an argument could still be made for tax cuts.

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Novel Idea for NJ: How About a Tax Cut? [AUDIO]

With talk coming out of Trenton in recent weeks about some top Democrats who want to discuss hiking the gas and millionaires' taxes, one legislator actually wants to lower a tax we all pay -- but history shows the possibility of success is not high.

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Gov. Chris Christie
Gov. Chris Christie (Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
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Chris Christie and the Politics of a Tax Cut [AUDIO]

By and large, New Jersey Democrats have worked well with Gov. Chris Christie since he took office, but many insiders believe they'll be less likely to play ball with the governor in his second term. One pundit says even if Democrats decide not to bend to Christie's will, it might not hurt the governor's presidential aspirations very much.

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Will Taxes Ever Be Cut in NJ? [AUDIO]

New Jersey Republican and Democratic leaders insist they support the idea of tax cut for Garden State residents, so why isn't it happening?

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Governor Chris Christie answers press questions at the State House (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie answers press questions at the State House (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Tax Cut Talk Continues in Trenton [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie (R) continues to talk about his desire to have some kind of a tax cut next year, but he's not offering any specifics about what he's going to propose.

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Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno (NJOIT)
Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno (NJOIT)
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Steve Sweeney Says NJ Can’t Afford Tax Cuts [AUDIO]

The struggle over income tax cuts resurfaces as the Governor is pushing for move while many Democrats contend "the state can't afford it."

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Guadagno Renews Call for Tax Cut

Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno said Thursday that Republicans are ready to fight for a property tax cut that Democrats insist the state still cannot afford.

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Assemblyman Jon Bramnick
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Assembly GOP Leader Talking Tax Cut [AUDIO]

Assembly GOP Leader Jon Bramnick feels that Governor Christie's landslide victory sends a clear message that the people of the Garden State like what Christie stands for, and if that's the case ,they must want the tax cut the governor's been asking for.

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NJ Republicans Blame Democrats for Summer of Inaction [AUDIO]

It was late June the last time the full General Assembly was in session at the State House in New Jersey.

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Governor Chris Christie speaks in Mount Laurel, NJ (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie speaks in Mount Laurel, NJ (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Governor Christie’s “No Lose” Strategy [AUDIO]

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie promises to spend the next several months hammering the Democrat-controlled legislature for not passing the tax cut he's been demanding.

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