Would you be annoyed if you went on one of NJ's state websites and found an ad for a great deal on cell phone coverage? Or what if you logged on to pay your property tax and found about how much money you could be saving if you combined your home phone, cable and internet? It could happen in New Jersey very soon.

Laptop displays the HealthCare.gov website (Joe Raedle, Getty Images)

With an $800 million deficit to makeup, New Jersey i looking for any source of revenue, including advertising.

There is currently a bill in the legislation that would allow three major government websites including New Jersey Lottery, New Jersey Transit and the Economic Development Authority to sell online ads to private companies.

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