NJ SENATE TO CONSIDER ASSEMBLY GAS TAX / SALES TAX PLAN

The New Jersey Assembly proposal to raise the gasoline tax and cut the sales tax must be reviewed by the Senate, before going to the governor for his signature. NJ.com reports that the idea to include the sales tax cut along with the 23 cents per gallon hike in the gas tax was Gov. Christie’s idea. The governor suggested to state leaders that they reduce the state sales tax, instead of four other tax-cutting proposals suggested by the Senate. The two houses must agree on details of the legislation before sending it on to Christie for approval.

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