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Gov. Christie may reconsider tax cut proposal if N.J. revenue is slammed by Sandy

There are 2 comments on the NJ.com story from Nov 12, 2012, titled Gov. Christie may reconsider tax cut proposal if N.J. revenue is slammed by Sandy. In it, NJ.com reports that:

Gov. Chris Christie visits Somerset County for a press briefing on the Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts and the nor'easter response last week.

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Chris

Studio City, CA

#1 Nov 12, 2012
Tax policy needs to help create jobs

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carpetbaggers

Pottstown, PA

#2 Nov 12, 2012
What many of these tourist communities should do is slap a simple flat fee like 10 dollars on every room rental and call what it is-The Hurricane Sandy Recovery fee/tax. Don't make it 10 dollars a day but just a simple flat fee irregardless of number of days stayed.

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