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Is NJ’s 2% Property Tax Cap Working? [POLL/AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie insists New Jersey 2% cap on property tax increases is working. Critics say Christie is misleading the public. One lawmaker is pushing legislation that would establish a task force to study the issue.

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New Jersey’s Latest Experiment In Shared Services [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie says one of his priorities this fall is to sign legislation that would encourage towns to share services.

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Chris Christie’s Keynote Getting Rave Reviews [POLL]

The reviews are pouring in for Governor Chris Christie's keynote address at the Republican National Convention in Tampa Last night.

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Assembly Democratic Leader Lou Greenwald
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Chris Christie Still On Summer Tour As NJ Democrats Bash Him [AUDIO]

Yesterday, Governor Chris Christie brought his "Endless Summer Tax Relief" tour to Mannington Township, where he held his 89th town hall to continue pushing the legislature to act now on a bipartisan tax relief plan.

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Housing Construction
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Small Business Optimism In Jersey Is Fading [AUDIO]

A new survey of small business owners finds optimism is waning.

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Affordable Housing
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Affordable Housing Battle Could Impact Your Taxes [AUDIO]

The state Assembly held a hearing Wednesday on the Christie Administration's efforts to claim $160 million in affordable housing funds for the state.

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ICHIRO, Getty Images
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Sales Tax On Internet Purchases Rejected By NJ Residents [AUDIO]

Under current law, sales tax is only applied to Internet purchases if they originate in a state where the retailer has a physical presence.

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Some NJ Towns Asking Workers To Take Voluntary Layoffs [AUDIO]

In Galloway Township, some municipal employees are being asked to take voluntary layoffs to avoid other town employees losing their jobs.

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New Jersey: The State That Taxes The Living And The Dead [AUDIO]

The transfer inheritance tax is one of New Jersey's oldest taxes, dating to 1892.

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Tougher Times Ahead For New Jersey Towns [AUDIO]

During a special economic summit at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, municipal leaders from across the Garden State were told additional belt-tightening measure may soon have to be taken, because the economic come-back is moving in slow motion.

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