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NJ now has a ‘bill of rights’ for taxpayers — Here’s what you need to know

Are your property taxes driving you crazy? A new law is designed to help New Jersey residents understand how to file a property tax assessment appeal.

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NJ mayor accepts apology from man who made arson threat over taxes

75-year-old Arthur Morse is charged with making terroristic threats after threatening on Facebook to burn down the mayor's home because of his high taxes.

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Republicans are OK with raising taxes … when taxpayers are in NJ

roposals by House GOP leaders and President Donald Trump would repeal certain tax breaks.

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Former state treasurer Feather Houstoun discusses The Fund for New Jersey's 'Crossroads NJ' report on state finances. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
Former state treasurer Feather Houstoun discusses The Fund for New Jersey's 'Crossroads NJ' report on state finances. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
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‘Unpleasant but necessary’ actions NJ’s next governor may need to tackle

A philanthropic group called The Fund for New Jersey wants candidates running for governor and Legislature to know just what they getting into.

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Add more debt to NJ’s books? NJ voters may decide library bond

It’s now up to Gov. Chris Christie to decide whether to ask voters if the state should borrow $125 million to improve public libraries around New Jersey.

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NJ property taxes up $700M in 2016 — See how your bill compares

Property taxes increased by 2.54% in 2016 across New Jersey, a New Jersey 101.5 analysis finds. The average bill rose $196, or 2.35%, and now exceeds $8,500.

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Who wins or loses in NJ school-funding compromise? Find out here

If the Democrats' school-funding compromise gets enacted, 379 districts would share $146M in additional aid but 126 others would absorb cuts of $46M.

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NJ’s top Democrats reach compromise to reallocate school funding

Democratic legislative leaders say they'll add $125 million to school aid and reallocate $46 million more. Any change needs Gov. Chris Christie's cooperation.

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NJ considers using more cigarette tax money on programs to help people quit

The CDC says New Jersey should spend $103 million on anti-smoking efforts. It spends $10 million, mostly federal funds -- but may add $7 million to the cause.

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Gov. Chris Christie announces Statehouse renovations. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
Gov. Chris Christie announces Statehouse renovations. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
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Christie trying to pull a fast one with Statehouse bond sale, lawmakers say

Although the price tag on the work has been put at $300 million, state officials say with interest the project may actually cost taxpayers $500 million to $750 million to pay off.

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