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Gov. Christie Delivers 2017 Budget Address

2-16-16
The governor outlined a $34.8 billion spending package with no new tax hikes, no property tax relief and no additional money for the Transportation Trust Fund or to fully fund public worker pensions.
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Bramnick, Burzichelli React to 2017 Budget Address

2-16-16
Asm. Bramnick and Burzichelli react to Gov. Christie's 2017 budget address, focusing on issues like the Transportation Trust Fund and outward migration to neighboring Pennsylvania and New York.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Feb. 16, 2016

2-16-16
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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NJTV News Special Report: 2017 Budget Address

2-16-16
NJTV News coverage of Gov. Chris Christie’s 2017 Budget Address from Trenton.
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Supreme Court Battles Old Hat for New Jersey

2-15-16
The death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has brought the issue of judicial appointments to the national stage. But New Jersey has been dealing with judicial vacancies for years.
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Liberty State Park Advocates Protest Proposed Development

2-15-16
More than 100 people gathered to oppose state proposals to develop portions of Liberty State Park.
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What to Look for in Christie’s 2017 Budget Address

2-15-16
Gov. Christie is scheduled to deliver his 2017 budget address Tuesday. He'll likely focus on the state's pension system and the Transportation Trust Fund.
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Asw. Jasey Proposes Legislation to Expand Pre-K Program Across the State

2-15-16
Assemblywoman Mila Jasey proposes a bill that would take $110 million from the Property Tax Relief Fund and use it to expand pre-K.
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Pension Commission Calls for More From Public Employee

2-12-16
Gov. Christie is back in the middle of the pension reform debate. A commission he appointed to recommend changes to the pension system released a new report.
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Towns Seek Federal Disaster Aid After Blizzard

2-12-16
Gov. Christie requested $83 million in federal disaster aid to help New Jersey communities in 17 counties hit by the monster blizzard.