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NJ results part of a national trend charted in just-released report from U.S. Census Bureau.
Christie administration wants $164 million in affordable-housing funds to help balance state budget.
GOP lawmakers says proposal’s too expensive, not needed because people can cast absentee ballots.
Money to go to balancing the general state budget rather than building houses for low- and middle-income residents.
Criticism ranges from awarding of contract to single bidder to potential damage to convenience-store owners.
Cutting funding boosts tuition, reduces course offerings, and -- according to one expert -- can deter businesses from moving to New Jersey.
The state's farmland-assessment program is very generous about what qualifies as agricultural acreage -- and for a sizable tax discount.
Operators of online sites would kick in significantly more funding for gambling addiction services.
Gambling pumps billions into the state economy, almost none of it goes to help those struggling with their addiction.
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