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Gov. Chris Christie waves as he takes the stage during the Republican National Convention
Gov. Chris Christie waves as he takes the stage during the Republican National Convention (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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Governor Christie Has Garden State Plans Post-Convention [AUDIO]

Now that the Republican National Convention has wrapped up in Florida, Governor Christie heads back to the Garden State, with several items on his agenda.

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Governor Chris Christie
Annette Petriccione, Townsquare Media
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Chris Christie Wants To End User Fee Loopholes [POLL/AUDIO]

Governor Christie is strongly urging Garden State lawmakers to pass legislation to end user-fees imposed by towns - with no grandfather clause.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Chris Christie Wants Action On Property Tax Bills [AUDIO]

There are two bills active in the New Jersey legislature that would deal with property tax issues.

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NJ Senator Chris Connors (R-9) (Facebook)
NJ Senator Chris Connors (R-9) (Facebook)
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Government Efficiency Measures Advance In Senate [AUDIO]

Three bills aimed at making the operation of municipal government more efficient advances in the state legislature.

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Flickr User Dotpolka
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Cap on Property Tax Hike is Serious, Says Steve Sweeney [AUDIO]

State Senate President Steve Sweeney calls so-called "user fees," a cleverly conceived way to hide from New Jerseyans that their taxes are going up.

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User Fee Limitations Approved By NJ Senate

The New Jersey Senate has approved a measure that limits user fees local officials can impose for services that are beyond the state's property tax cap.

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Atlantic City Fire Department
Flickr User Paul Lowry
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Will NJ “User Fees” Soon Be a Thing of the Past? [AUDIO]

With Jersey's 2 percent property tax cap firmly in place, Atlantic City and a handful of other towns have started implementing so-called user fees - for services like trash pick up - but Governor Christie is promising the trend won't continue for long.

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