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Two-thirds of New Jerseyans still oppose raising the gas tax

Two-thirds of New Jerseyans still oppose raising the gas tax

By Meg Fry

Though it seems common for New Jerseyans to complain about potholes and crumbling roads—especially after this year's brutal winter—69 percent of the population remains opposed to raising the gas tax to pay for repairs and maintenance,... Full Story »»

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Christie's desire to eliminate realty transfer fees is applauded by industry

Christie's desire to eliminate realty transfer fees is applauded by industry

By NJBIZ STAFF

Gov. Chris Christie wants to abolish the realty transfer fees in New Jersey — a town hall announcement which was immediately endorsed by the New Jersey Association of Realtors and, really, anyone planning on selling their house anytime soon. Full Story »»

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