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BUDGET DEAL MEANS NO INCREASE IN SALES TAX IN NJ

The new budget agreement in New Jersey means the sales tax will not be going up.  The new budget calls for the sales tax to remain the same, at 6.625 percent.  Governor Murphy had wanted the sales tax to elevate to seven percent.

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