STATE – Leading Democrats questioned Gov. Chris Christie’s proposal to cut income taxes ten percent for all New Jersey residents over a three-year period.
TRENTON – On Tuesday, Governor Chris Christie signed into law legislation allowing for local school board and budget elections to be moved from April to November. The bill, passed with bipartisan support in the legislature, puts into law a tool kit proposal originally introduced by Christie in May 2010.
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TRENTON – During today’s State of the State speech, Gov. Chris Christie proposed a 10 percent cut in state income taxes across the board that would be phased in over three years beginning in January 2013.
TRENTON – A bill that would bring New Jersey in line with the rest of the nation by permitting pharmacies to sell over-the-counter hypodermic needles in an effort to curb harmful blood-borne transmissions has been signed into law.
RAHWAY — The Rahway Police Department, in conjunction with the Rahway Office of Emergency Management, is currently in the process of creating a Flood Response Team. This specialized response team will be comprised of professional first responders and lay people from the Rahway Community.
A billionaire Wyoming investor has pledged to give up to a half-million dollars in matching funds to an outside spending group that supports Pennsylvania Republican Rick Santorum.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Internal Revenue Service opened the 2012 electronic tax return filing season today with a reminder to taxpayers that e-file remains the best way to get fast refunds and ensure accurate tax returns.
STATE – Gov. Chris Christie spoke in support of the Educational Opportunity Scholarship Act last week.
STATE – Nearly half (47%) of New Jersey consumers expect to be better off financially this year, while fewer than one-in-five (19%) expect to be worse off, according to a quarterly consumer survey by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Silberman College of Business.