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After-School Fee Ban is Focus of NJ Bill [AUDIO]

A New Jersey legislator has re-introduced a measure to prohibit school boards from charging extracurricular activity fees to students, their parents, or legal guardians.

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Flickr User Ian Kahn
Flickr User Ian Kahn
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NJ Lawmaker Wants to End Fees for Extra-Curricular Activities [POLL/AUDIO]

As New Jersey parents prepare to send their kids back to school, they're also getting ready to open up their wallets to pay for extracurricular activities their children may be interested in.

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NJ’s Budget And The Property Tax Problem [AUDIO]

One of the major complaints New Jersey Democrats have about the nearly $33 billion State budget that passed the Senate and Assembly yesterday is that it does not do enough to help property taxpayers.

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User Fees An Issue At Today’s Assembly Budget Hearing

Twenety-six states currently allow "user fees" for public safety and New Jersey is one of them. Some Garden State towns are now charging the fees for things like emergency response services and trash pick-up. Governor Chris Christie says this is a way for mayors to circumvent the 2 percent cap on property tax hikes and he wants the practice banned ASAP. One influential mayor is asking the Assembly Budget Committee not to ban the fees.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie Works To Lower Property Taxes [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Garden State Democrats claim Governor Chris Christie did not present a plan to bring down New Jersey's highest in the nation property taxes during his budget address a few days ago, but Christie insists that's "nonsense."

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Senate President Steve Sweeney
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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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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie Lays Out Agenda For The Rest Of 2012 [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Governor Christie has announced his top five priorities for the rest of this year - getting a tax cut for state residents, abolishing sick leave payouts, expanding shared services, banning municipal user fees and passing ethics reform.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie Sounds Like He’s Ready To Run For Re-Election [VIDEO]

Governor Christie hasn't officially announced yet that he'll seek a second term next year, but during his most recent town hall meeting in Elmwood Park, he sure sounded like a candidate running for re-election.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Chris Christie’s “All-In” Agenda Strategy [AUDIO]

As the Democrat-controlled State legislature returns to Trenton, Governor Chris Christie is on the warpath demanding action on long stagnant initiatives.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Chris Christie Starts New Town Hall Tour With Middle Class Focus [VIDEO]

Governor Chris Christie has started a new round of town halls with a brand new slogan, the "Christie Middle Class Reform Agenda."

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