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Gov. Chris Christie speaks at a town hall meeting in Mount Laurel on March 13, 2014.
(David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ) Gov. Chris Christie speaks at a town hall meeting in Mount Laurel on March 13, 2014.
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Holding the Line on Public Salary Cap Hikes [AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie is lobbying lawmakers to renew a law that caps arbitration pay increase awards for public sector workers at 2 percent.

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Governor Chris Christie answers questions during his 113th Town Hall in Mount Laurel,
Governor Chris Christie answers questions during his 113th Town Hall in Mount Laurel (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie Met by Hecklers at Mt. Laurel Town Hall

Gov. Chris Christie was met by several hecklers from Rowan University at Thursday's Town Hall meeting in Mt. Laurel.

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Governor Chris Christie holds his 113th Town Hall in Mount Laurel
Governor Chris Christie holds his 113th Town Hall in Mount Laurel (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie: NJ Property Taxes Rose Modestly in 2013

The average property tax increase in New Jersey last year was a relatively modest 1.7 percent, Gov. Chris Christie announced Thursday, a fact he is using to claim sustained progress on one of the state's perpetual political issues.

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Toms River Councilman Maurice Hill talks about his run for Congress
Toms River Councilman Maurice Hill talks about his run for Congress (Rosetta Key, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Hill Makes Pitch to Get GOP Endorsement for Congressional Run

Members of the Ocean County Republican organization will be deciding from a strong field of potential 3rd District Congressional Candidates during their convention next week.

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Bags of Heroin
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NJ Has Heroin Epidemic, Says Lawmaker [AUDIO]

Heroin abuse and addiction is not gradually becoming an epidemic in the Garden State. It is an epidemic right now, according to one state legislator who has introduced a bill that provides stricter penalties for heroin-related crimes.

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Bridget Kelly (c.)
Bridget Kelly (c.) (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Key Bridgegate Figure Surfaces for Hearing [POLL/AUDIO]

In January, Gov. Chris Christie fired deputy chief of staff Bridget Kelly after a Bridgegate email she apparently sent was made public: "Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee." Kelly has been out of the public eye ever since, but showed up for a court hearing Tuesday even though she was not required to attend.

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The New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge
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Bridgegate Hearing Raises Immunity Question [AUDIO]

Lawyers for Bridget Kelly and Bill Stepien, two key players in the ongoing Bridgegate scandal were in court Tuesday to make the case as to why their clients should not be compelled to turn over subpoenaed documents to the legislative committee probing the issue. Kelly's attorney says granting his client immunity would speed up the process.

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Chris Christie for President? [AUDIO]

Despite the Bridgegate debacle that linked directly to senior members of Gov. Chris Christie’s administration, and recent poll numbers that show his approval ratings are still down in the dumps, a shot at becoming the Republican frontrunner for president isn’t out of the question.

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Assemblyman John Wisniewski (center) and Assembly GOP Leader Jon Bramnick (right) talk before the Assembly Transportation Committee hearing Monday.
(Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ) Assemblyman John Wisniewski (center) and Assembly GOP Leader Jon Bramnick (right) talk before the Assembly Transportation Committee hearing Monday.
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NJ Lawmakers Hear About Super Bowl’s Mass Transit Mess [AUDIO]

For the second time in about two weeks, NJ Transit and the NFL declined an invitation to testify before the Assembly Transportation Committee about the mass transit nightmare after the Super Bowl that left thousands of commuters stranded for hours.

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NJ Bill Extends Child Support Payments [AUDIO]

Legislation approved by the New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee Monday could change the termination age for child support payments from 18 to 19 years of age.

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