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TAX-REVENUE DOUBLE TAKE: TOO MUCH MONEY GOING TO PROPERTY-TAX RELIEF?
It seems impossible in a state with some of the highest property taxes in the country, but the way the money is divvied up could mean other programs are not getting their fair share
Chris Christie Wants To Expand Corporate Tax Breaks Without Any Proof That They Work
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) has approved $5.4 billion in corporate tax breaks since he took office in 2010. And on Monday, just before he called for cutting corporate tax rates across the country as part of a national economic policy plan, he vetoed a measure that would allow taxpayers to evaluate if the subsidies are actually working.
STATE LEGISLATORS TACKLE PERSISTENT PROBLEM OF UNEXPECTED MEDICAL BILLS
Lawmakers draw ire of doctors’ groups who call regulations addressing ‘out of network’ costs unnecessary and even insulting
Obama returning to South Jersey on Monday
President Barack Obama is poised to make a return visit to South Jersey next week. Obama will visit Camden on Monday to meet with law enforcement officers and young people, and hear how the Camden County Police Department works to force relationships with the community, the White House said Thursday.