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Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Property Taxes Not No. 1 Issue in NJ [AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie's high approval rating in Tuesday's Monmouth University-Asbury Park Press poll is no surprise, but this is: For the first time ever in the survey, property taxes are not at least tied for the number-one concern of New Jersey residents.

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Could School Bus Ads Lower Your Taxes? [AUDIO]

A growing number of New Jersey municipalities are considering the idea of putting advertisements on the sides of school buses, a move that could lower property taxes for Garden State residents.

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Property Tax Relief Programs You May Not Know About [AUDIO]

If you're being crushed under the weight of enormous property tax bills in New Jersey, there could be relief for you.

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NJ Property Taxes Are New Assembly Speaker’s Priority [AUDIO]

New Jersey Assemblyman Vinnie Prieto, who will soon take over as the Speaker of the lower house, said Thursday that his first priority is to do something about the state's highest-in-the-nation property taxes.

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NJ Gov Candidates Fixing Property Tax Blame, Not The Problem [AUDIO]

New Jersey Democratic gubernatorial candidate Sen. Barbara Buono says property taxes have gone up 20 percent since Gov. Chris Christie took office.

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Flickr User Tax Credits
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NJ’s Business Tax Climate: Almost Worst in the US [AUDIO]

The business tax climate in New Jersey ranked 49th this year out of all 50 states, according to a new report from the Tax Foundation. Only New York received a lower score.

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Christie and Buono
From left to right: NJ Gov. Chris Christie and Gubernatorial Candidate Sen. Barbara Buono
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NJ’s Governor Race Becomes a Non-Race [AUDIO]

Have you noticed it?

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Cut Your Property Taxes By Shopping in Your Hometown [AUDIO]

How would you like to lower your property tax bill by eating in restaurants and shopping in stores that are in your home town? It would be possible if an innovative new measure becomes law.

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Another Way For NJ To Thank Our Troops

For the better part of six decades New Jersey has exempted certain qualifying veterans with service-related disability from property taxes.

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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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